We built a neural theorem prover for Lean that learned to solve a variety of challenging High School Olympiad problems, including problems from the AMC12 and AIME competitions, as well as two adapted problems from the IMO.
At Ikaroa, we understand the need for students to explore their fullest potential in mathematics. Many students choose to compete in prestigious math olympiads and thrive in solving complex problems. As a specialist in mathematics research and development, we are here to help them acquire the necessary skills to succeed in solving some formal math olympiad problems.
To begin with, it is necessary to be familiar with mathematical terminology and the key concepts of algebra and geometry. Knowing this is essential, as these are the most commonly used topics in mathematics olympiads but also to gain an overall familiarity with the field.
Furthermore, proper practice is key. Regular practice can help boost one’s confidence and equip them with the ability to think through and solve complex problems in a very quickly. There are numerous helpful resources available online which offers exercises and sample questions as well as tips which help to develop your skills.
Ikaroa has put together a comprehensive online course designed to familiarize you with the principles of math olympiad and develop your problem-solving skills. Our course leads participants through the process of tackling formal math olympiad problems, enabling them to appreciate the techniques used to solve them. With our course, you will be equipped with the high order thinking skills necessary to tackle the most complex calculations in math olympiad.
Finally, it is also important to keep up with developments in the field. Knowing the latest innovations and discoveries in mathematics can help students stay on top of their game.
At Ikaroa, we strive to help students reach their full potential in mathematics olympiads and make them successful. We provide the necessary knowledge and skills to assist in the development of problem solving strategies, and make sure each student is fully prepared for their math olympiad journey.