**About**

*Math Horizons* targets undergraduate students who are enthusiastic about mathematics and have some mathematical training but may be early in their college careers. Imagine writing the article for a math-loving first-year student who is midway through the calculus sequence. Mathematics departments often buy the magazine in bulk and distribute it to their students.

Authors are free toâ€”and are encouraged toâ€”write about advanced topics such as topology, combinatorics, probability and statistics, linear algebra, and so on, but the author should assume that the readers donâ€™t know that material. The articles should be self-contained, and all advanced topics should be defined and explained in a way that is understandable and interesting. This task is one of the most challenging for prospective authors.

*Math Horizons* only publishes articles in English.

*Math Horizons* uses a format-free submission process and accepts both LaTeX and WORD documents.

Manuscripts may be submitted electronically .

We welcome your comments, criticisms, and suggestions. If you want to pitch an idea for an article before you begin, contact the editor directly by email.

Math Horizons accepts the following article types.

Articles

Book Reviews

Problems and Solutions (called The Playground)

**Problems and Solutions**

**Problems and Solutions**

The Playground features problems for students at the undergraduate and (challenging) high school levels. All problems and/or solutions may be submitted to our Problem Section editor, Glen Whitney, at the following address:

Jeremiah Bartz

UND Math Department

Witmer Hall 313

101 Cornell St. Stop 8376

Grand Forks, ND 58202-8376

Electronic submissions (preferred) may be sent to mhproblems@maa.org. Please include your name, email address, and school affiliation, and indicate if you are a student. If a problem has multiple parts, solutions for individual parts will be accepted. Unless otherwise stated, problems have been solved by their proposers.

**History** **and Past Editors**

Founded by Don Albers, in 1993, *Math Horizons* has gained much popularity as a vibrant publication of the MAA. Learn more about the founding of *Math Horizons *and its past editors.

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