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JSTOR All-Stars: Mathematics Magazine (February 12, 2013)
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The MAA Press is excited to announce our new partnership with Submittable.com to process the problem and solution submissions for Mathematics Magazine. Submittable is a web-based manuscript management system that enables us to receive and process the problem and solution submissions, as well as track and archive all submissions and track and archive those who submit problems and solutions.
We invite readers to submit original problems that will appeal to students and teachers of advanced undergraduate mathematics. Problem proposals must be accompanied by solutions and any bibliographical information that will assist in their review. A problem submitted as a Quickie should have an unexpected, succinct solution. Submitted problems should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Effective immediately, authors of proposals and solutions should send their contributions to the Magazine's website at https://mathematicsmagazine.submittable.com/submit. More detailed instructions are available there. We hope that this online system will help streamline our editorial team's workflow while still proving accessible and convenient to longtime readers and contributors. We encourage submissions in PDF format, ideally accompanied by LaTeX source. General inquiries to the editors should be sent to email@example.com.
Correspondents with limited access to the internet may submit manuscript to the attention of Dr. Eduardo Dueñez, Problems Editor, Department of Mathematics, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 1 UTSA circle, San Antonio, TX 78249. Please not that physical manuscripts are not the preferred method of submission and correspondents are encouraged to submit their manuscripts electronically if possible.
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Mathematics Magazine has come a long way from its earliest days in 1926 as a member solicitation pamphlet, and The Harmony of the World presents some of the best material from the publication's long history.