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105. Problem: 9918 , proposed by Ahmet Arduc
Number 2019 is not a Catalan number.
  • Correct answers have been submitted by:
    1. Caed Mark Mendoza
    2. Jeffrey Robles
    3. Evan Phillip Mendoza
    4. Mark Alvero
    5. John Lester Tan
    6. Rafael Zamora
    7. James Harden
    8. Miguel
    9. Ryan Magdayo Caduyac
    10. Jay Cyril Mijares
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Order Score # of Correct Answers Names Badges Country
Ryan Magdayo Caduyac0S PhilippinesPhilippines
Rafael Zamora0S PhilippinesPhilippines
Jeffrey Robles0 PhilippinesPhilippines
James Harden0S PhilippinesPhilippines
Evan Phillip Mendoza0S PhilippinesPhilippines
Caed Mark Mendoza1MT PhilippinesPhilippines
Mark Alvero0MT PhilippinesPhilippines
Miguel0S PhilippinesPhilippines
John Lester Tan0S PhilippinesPhilippines
Jay Cyril Mijares0 PhilippinesPhilippines

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  • 2. Key Fact 7695 |Tags: fraction,lowest term,numerator,denominator,relatively prime
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Amirul Faiz Abdul Muthalib

Amirul Faiz Abdul Muthalib

Problem Writer

Number of problems: 0

With over 5 years of hands-on, successful teaching experience, Amirul is an enthusiastic Pre-University Mathematics Lecturer in INTEC Education College, Malaysia. Being a versatile individual who love Maths, he has earned a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering in Japan. He had opportunity to teach Maths in Japanese Syllabus for scholarship sponsored students who will further their study in KOSEN (National College of Technology in Japan). He also train some of his students for the National Olympiad every year.

İhsan Yücel

İhsan Yücel

Problem Writer

Number of problems: 0

I am currently in the thesis phase of my postgraduate education which is about mathematics teaching education. I got some notable national and international achievements in various secondary school mathematics national and international project competitions. Likewise, my students also got many elementary and secondary level mathematical olympics achievements. In the recent past, my students got the first and the second place in the TÜBİTAK National Secondary School Research Projects Contest. One of my students, Read More a team member of the national math team, received a bronze medal in IMO. I'm an author of many scientific articles about mathematics in the quarterly magazine "Mathematical World". I'm the founder of Matematik Meraklısı, which is a website dedicated to Mathematics. Read Less

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