"I am sure I can speak for everyone involved when I say that this was the best math competition we have ever been a part of. Many thanks to all of you for that wonderful happening."
Who Wants to Be a Mathematician would not be possible without the continued support of our co-sponsors, who donate the following prizes:
Texas Instruments donates a TI-Nspire graphing calculator, the TI-Nspire CX, to each winner of Who Wants to Be a Mathematician.
Maplesoft is our Technology Sponsor. The company hosted online qualification tests for the national Who Wants to be a Mathematician contest with its testing and assessment system, Maple T.A. Thanks to Maplesoft, the test has moved to digital tests from the pen and paper format. See a video below. In addition, Maplesoft™ donates the latest version of its software, currently Maple 17, to the second-place winner in Who Wants to Be a Mathematician. Maplesoft's Heather Zunic says, "Maplesoft™ is a proud sponsor of Who Wants to Be a Mathematician. As a leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science, and mathematics, it is our pleasure to support high-school students who are enthusiastic about these fields."
Each third-place finisher in Who Wants to Be a Mathematician receives a copy of Calculus with Early Transcendentals, written by Anton, Bivens, and Davis and donated by John Wiley & Sons.