# Handouts

I've written n>0 handouts and problem sets for various reasons. These handouts are categorized based on the time period I wrote it in, so the ones written when I was a little more drunk are together, the ones where I compiled problems go together, the ones I wrote while learning X go together, you get the idea.

## The Beauty of Mathematics

My first handouts. Everyone starts somewhere. (Note: These are the good ones out of my earlier ones. Can you imagine how awful the bad ones were?)

Algebraic Inequalities

Telescoping

Proofs

5/17/18 Handout

## Remastered

These are like the Beauty of Mathematics handouts, except they're actually good. I took the time to rewrite some notes or handouts from before, and this is the result. Some handouts also have an "X" version, which basically means it's a version that includes all the information, but saves paper when printed, at the expense of some formatting like a title page, table of contents, etc. I may also consider other versions.

Telescoping Remastered | X

Number Theory Abridged

## Geometry

Self-explanatory. This will not include Exploring Euclidean Geometry, but excerpts may be included here.

Barycentric Coordinates

## Problem Sets

These are compilations of problems that may have value.

The Problem Cauldron

Common AIME Geometry Gems

## Collaborations

Any kind of work that has been created with multiple people.

Proofs in Competition Math | Volume 1 Kindle Paperback | Volume 2 Kindle Paperback

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