The College Mathematics Journal
Problems and Solutions
We urge you to participate actively both by submitting solutions and by proposing problems that are new, interesting, and challenging to students and teachers of college mathematics. To promote variety, the editors welcome problem proposals that span the entire undergraduate curriculum. All contributions should be written in a style appropriate for publication in the College Mathematics Journal. We encourage electronic submissions of both problems and solutions as PDF files accompanied, when applicable, by TeX/LaTeX or other appropriate source files. Please use the appropriate form below to send us your Problem or Solution.
For proposal submissions, click on "Problem Proposal" below to access the submissions page.
For solution submissions, click on "Solution to Problem number x" which matches the appropriate 4-digit problem number.
Each problem featured in CMJ is assigned a 4-digit number and the solutions are numbered according to the problem.
Sign in Instructions
If you are a first-time user of Submittable, click on the category that you wish to submit to. A form will appear that will ask for your given name, family name, and email address and password. Once you have created your account the submission form will appear. On subsequent occasions, use the link labeled "click here to sign in now" at the bottom of the page in order to log in using your e-mail and password. Once logged in, the submission form proper ("Problem Proposal" or "Solution to Problem number x") will be displayed.
Follow the instructions to fill the web form and upload your Primary File and applicable Secondary Files. Click the Submit button at the bottom of the page to send us your contribution and receive a confirmation message by e-mail. (You can always use the optional field "Message to the editor" to send us a note.)
This section contains problems intended to challenge students and teachers of college mathematics. We urge you to participate actively both by submitting solutions and by proposing problems that are new and interesting. To promote variety, the editors welcome problem proposals that span the entire undergraduate curriculum.
If you have any questions about your proposal, please email email@example.com.