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Below one can find proposals and solutions to problems published on various mathematical magazines:

## Proposals

*LA GACETA de la Real Sociedad Matematica Espanola**The Fibonacci Quarterly**MATHPROBLEMS*- An elementary proof of a Glaisher Ramanujan formula - Vol.5, Issue 3, July 2016, problem 127,
- A Generalization of IMC 2015 7 - Vol.5, Issue 2, Apr 2016, problem 120,
- A Binomial Sum with Harmonic Numbers - Vol.5, Issue 1, Jan 2016, problem 113,
- An Infinite Sum With Inverse Tangents 2 - Vol.4, Issue 4, May 2015, problem 105,
- Estimation of a sequence defined by sums - Vol.4, Issue 2, February 2015, problem 98,
- An Infinite Sum With Inverse Tangents - Vol.4, Issue 1, October 2014, problem 93,
- A generalization of problem U278 of Mathematical Reflections - Vol.3, Issue 4, December 2014, problem 82,
- A Congruence with Fibonacci Lucas and Triangular Numbers - Vol.3, Issue 3, November 2013, problem 76,
- Approximation Of A Sum - Vol.3, Issue 2, August 2013, problem 70,
- A Sum Of Products - Vol.3, Issue 1, May 2013, problem 63,
- Approximation Of A Logarithmic Sum - Vol.2, Issue 4, December 2012, problem 50,
- An Alternate Sum With Zeta Function - Vol.2, Issue 3, July 2012, problem 46,
- An Infinite Sum - Vol.2, Issue 2, May 2012, problem 36,

*Mathematical Reflections**The Pentagon**School Science and Mathematics*

## Solutions

*The Fibonacci Quarterly*- November 2015, Advanced Problems and Solutions, problem H-745, On a Trigonometric Equation,
- August 2014, Advanced Problems and Solutions, problem H-729, On the Sequence of Rotational Numbers,
- February 2014, Advanced Problems and Solutions, problem H-721, A Problem for Fibonacci and Harmonic Numbers,
- November 2013, Elementary Problems and Solutions, problem B-1120, Periodic Sequences,
- November 2013, Elementary Problems and Solutions, problem B-1116, Another Division by 5,
- August 2013, Advanced Problems and Solutions, problem H-716, Convolutions with Catalan Numbers,
- August 2013, Advanced Problems and Solutions, problem H-714, Evaluating a Sum Involving Binomial Coefficients,
- August 2013, Elementary Problems and Solutions, problem B-1115, A Product Involving a Series With Inverse Fibonacci Numbers,
- May 2013, Advanced Problems and Solutions, problem H-709, Summatory Function of the Riemann Zeta Function,
- February 2013, Advanced Problems and Solutions, problem H-706, Harmonic Sums and the Prime Counting Function,
- August 2012, Elementary Problems and Solutions, problem B-1091, A Rate of Growth of Sum of Reciprocal Fibonacci Numbers,

*Crux Mathematicorum with Mathematical Mayhem*- Vol.40, No8, problem 3975,
- Vol.40, No7, problem 3965,
- Vol.40, No6, problem 3951,
- Vol.40, No2, problem 3920,
- Vol.40, No2, problem 3913,
- Vol.39, No10, problem 3894,
- Vol.39, No10, problem 3893,
- Vol.39, No11, problem 3886,
- Vol.39, No11, problem 3881,
- Vol.39, No10, problem 3798,
- Vol.39, No9, problem 3790,
- Vol.39, No8, problem 3780,
- Vol.39, No6, problem 3760,
- Vol.39, No2, problem 3713,
- Vol.38, No10, problem 3693,
- Vol.38, No8, problem 3677,
- Vol.38, No8, problem 3673,
- Vol.38, No7, problem 3670,
- Vol.38, No6, problem 3652,
- Vol.38, No5, problem 3646,
- Vol.38, No4, problem 3637,
- Vol.38, No3, problem 3624,
- Vol.38, No2, problem 3618,
- Vol.38, No2, problem 3616,
- Vol.38, No1, problem 3604,
- Vol.37, No1, problem 3512,
*The ΠΜΕ journal**MATHPROBLEMS*- Vol.5, Issue 2, April 2016, problem 118,
- Vol.4, Issue 4, May 2015, problem 108,
- Vol.4, Issue 4, May 2015, problem 103,
- Vol.4, Issue 3, February 2015, problem 100,
- Vol.4, Issue 3, February 2015, problem 99,
- Vol.4, Issue 2, October 2014, problem 91,
- Vol.4, Issue 1, May 2014, problem 86,
- Vol.3, Issue 4, February 2014, problem 55, Mathcontest Section
- Vol.3, Issue 4, February 2014, problem 54, Mathcontest Section
- Vol.3, Issue 1, May 2013, problem 54,
- Vol.3, Issue 1, May 2013, problem 53,
- Vol.3, Issue 1, May 2013, problem 51,
- Vol.2, Issue 4, December 2012, problem 43,
- Vol.2, Issue 4, December 2012, problem 44,
- Vol.2, Issue 4, December 2012, Mathcontest Section, problem 35,
- Vol.2, Issue 3, July 2012, problem 41,
- Vol.2, Issue 2, May 2012, problem 33,
- Vol.2, Issue 2, May 2012, problem 30,
- Vol.2, Issue 1, March 2012, problem 24,

*Mathematical Reflections**LA GACETA de la Real Sociedad Matematica Espanola*- Vol. 19 (2016), Num. 2, problem 274,
- Vol. 19 (2016), Num. 1, problem 266,
- Vol. 19 (2015), Num. 1, problem 265,
- Vol. 18 (2015), Num. 3, problem 262,
- Vol. 17 (2014), Num. 4, problem 238,
- Vol. 17 (2014), Num. 3, problem 234,
- Vol. 17 (2014), Num. 3, problem 229,
- Vol. 16 (2013), Num. 2, problem 203,
- Vol. 16 (2013), Num. 2, problem 199,
- Vol. 15 (2012), Num. 4, problem 188,
- Vol. 15 (2012), Num. 4, problem 190,

*The Pentagon**Missouri State University’s Problem Corner**School Science and Mathematics*- December 2015, problem 5360,
- December 2015, problem 5358,
- November 2015, problem 5354,
- October 2015, problem 5348,
- April 2015, problem 5336,
- October 2014, problem 5300,
- October 2014, problem 5298,
- May 2014, problem 5294,
- April 2014, problem 5288,
- March 2014, problem 5282,
- October 2013, problem 5253,
- October 2013, problem 5251,
- October 2013, problem 5250,
- May 2013, problem 5247,
- May 2013, problem 5242,
- April 2013, problem 5241,
- February 2013, problem 5227,
- February 2013, problem 5226,
- February 2013, problem 5224,
- January 2013, problem 5223,
- January 2013, problem 5222,
- January 2013, problem 5219,
- December 2012, problem 5217,
- December 2012, problem 5215,
- November 2012, problem 5211,
- November 2012, problem 5208,
- October 2012, problem 5205,
- October 2012, problem 5203,
- May 2012, problem 5199,
- May 2012, problem 5198,
- April 2012, problem 5193,
- March 2012, problem 5185,
- February 2012, problem 5181,
- January 2012, problem 5175,
- January 2012, problem 5174,

*Problem of the week (University of Purdue)*

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