The competition is made up of six proof-style problems given over two days. The U.S. team score was 105 out of a possible 168 points. Das tied for the second-highest scoring student competitor and received 36 points out of a possible 42.
"The MAA American Mathematics Competitions encourage all students, especially young women, to reach their full potential. We are honored to have such a dedicated team representing the USA this year, and we wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors."
Jennifer Barton, director of competition operations of the MAA
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