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- Crossing the River (July 25, 2013)
- Life's Big Questions {August 15, 2013)
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- The number 142857 (September 5, 2013)
- Some birthday surprises {September 19, 2013)
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- Convenience store revisited (October 31, 2013)
- Frog jump {November 21, 2013)
- Pythagorean triples (December 5. 2013)
- A magic square (December 19, 2013)
- The richness of mathematics (January 9, 2014)
- Divisibility (January 23, 2014)
- The problem of the four points (February 5, 2014)
- Matchmaking (February 27, 2014)
- Red and green hats (March 20, 2014)
- Challenge with digits (March 27, May 1, May 8, 2014)
- The birthday cake (April 10, 2014)
- The problem of the large number (May 22, 2014)
- A pair of geometry problems (June 5, June 19, 2014)
- The ace rises to the top (July 3, 2014)
- The art of sitting and standing (July 17, 2014)
- The ratchet (July 31, 2014)
- The beer mug theorem (August 14, 2014)
- The arithmetic games (August 21, 2014)
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- A problem for this year (October 9, 2014)
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- Noughts and crosses (December 4, 2014)
- Jack, the hunter (December 18, 2014; January 8, 2015)
- Counting the zeros (January 15, 2015)
- The ten number surprise (January 29, 2015)
- The four colour theorem (February 12, 2015)
- Extra-sensory perception (February 26, 2015)
- A game for two (March 12, 2015)
- Dodecabus (March 26, 2015)
- The turnaround (April 9, 2015)
- Reproducing squares (April 30, 2015)
- Confidence in mathematics (May 14, 2015)
- Horses and Egyptian fractions (June 4, 2015)
- Homer Simpson and Fermat's Last Theorem (June 25, 2015)
- GIMPS and the prime from hell (July 9, 2015)
- Two problems about numbers (July 23, 2015)
- The Alabama paradox (August 6, 2015)
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- A magic square
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- Grade 12 calculus: The Plank Problem
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- Putnam and other problems sorted according to topic
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- U of T Undergraduate Competition Student Rankings
- U of T Undregraduate Competitions: Complete problem set
- First University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2001)
- Second University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2002)
- Third University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2003)
- Fourth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2004)
- Fifth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2005)
- Sixth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2006)
- Seventh University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2007)
- Eighth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2008)
- Ninth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2009)
- Tenth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2010)
- Eleventh University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2011)
- Twelfth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2012)
- Thirteenth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2013)
- Fourteenth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2014)
- Fifteenth University of Toronto Undergraduate Mathematics Contest (2015)
- Preface and foreword
- 1. Roots of Polynomials
- 2. The Taylor Expansion
- 3. Locating Zeros of Polynomials
- 4. Interpolation and Representation
- 5. Approximatiom by Polynomials
- 6. Irreducibility and Factorization
- 7. Dynamical Systems
- 8. Curves in the Plane
- 9. Allemands
- 10. Diophantine Equations
- 11. Diophantine Equations for Polynomials
- References: Books
- References: Papers
- Tips for writing up solutions
- En 'ecrivant les solutions
- List of Olymon problems 1-300
- List of Olymon problems 301-600
- List of Olymon problems 601-present
- Olymon Volume 1 (2000)
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- Olymon Volume 3 (2002)
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- Olymon Volume 11 (2010)
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Ed Barbeau is professor emeritus of mathematics at the University of Toronto. He was born in Toronto and received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degree from the University of Toronto before going to the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne to gain his PhD with a thesis on functional analysis written under the supervision of F.F. Bonsall. After being assistant professor at the University of Western Ontario in London, ON for two years and a NATO research fellow at Yale University in New Haven, CT for one year, he accepted an appointment at the University of Toronto, where he has remained.

Dr. Barbeau is a life member of the Mathematical Association of America, the American Mathematical Society and the Canadian Mathematical Society, and has served all three societies on various committees, particularly having to do with mathematics education. He has published a number of books directed to students of mathematics and their teachers, including Polynomials (Springer), Power Play (MAA), Fallacies, Flaws and Flimflam (MAA) and After Math (Wall & Emerson, Toronto), has frequently given talks and workshops at professional meetings and in schools, has worked with high school students preparing for Olympiad competitions and has on five occasions accompanied the Canadian team to the International Mathematical Olympiad. He is currently associate editor in charge of the Fallacies, Flaws and Flimflam column in the College Mathematics Journal and education editor for the Notes of the Canadian Mathematical Society. He is a former chairman of the Education Committee of the Canadian Mathematical Society.

His honours include the Fellowship of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, the David Hilbert Award from the World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions and the Adrien Pouliot Award from the Canadian Mathematical Society.

I am grateful to M. Jean-David Houle for providing French translations for the Tips for Writing up Solutions.