The Blakers Mathematics Competition was established with a bequest from the family of Professor Larry Blakers after his death in 1995.

The first Competition was a local event, for UWA students only, in 1996. Since 1997, the Competition has been held annually, open to first to third year students at any Western Australian university.

Professor Blakers was a Professor of Mathematics at UWA for 30 years and Head of Department for 29 of them. He played an important role in the foundation of the Australian Mathematical Society, the Australian Association of Mathematical Teachers and the Mathematical Association of Western Australia (MAWA), and was a founder and long term Director of the National Mathematics Summer School for gifted high school students which takes place in Canberra each year.

- Honour Roll (of past prize winners)

Below are the Problems for the Blakers Mathematics Competition, since the first one in 1996. Some of the early ones are missing solutions.

- 1996 Problems
- 1997 Problems
- 1998 Problems with Solutions
- 1999 Problems
- 2000 Problems with Solutions
- 2001 Problems with Solutions
- 2002 Problems with Solutions
- 2003 Problems with Solutions
- 2004 Problems with Solutions
- 2005 Problems with Solutions
- 2006 Problems with Solutions
- 2007 Problems with Solutions
- 2008 Problems with Solutions
- 2009 Problems with Solutions
- 2010 Problems with Solutions
- 2011 Problems with Solutions
- 2012 Problems with Solutions
- 2013 Problems with a solution
- 2014 Problems
- 2015 Problems with Solutions
- 2016 Problems with Solutions
- 2017 Problems with Solutions
- 2018 Problems with Solutions

And here are the 2019 Problems.

Last updated: 28 May, 2019.
Greg Gamble http://www.maths.uwa.edu.au/~gregg/ |