After our last postponement, we finally have our 9th meeting! The meeting will last from 7:30-9:00, and the topic will be advanced counting. Hope to see you there!
Because our next planned meeting, 2/20, is during President's week, we have decided to cancel it. Have a fun break, and we look forward to seeing you for the next meeting, on 3/6!
Below are the links for the presentation and problem set from yesterda's meeting!
The answers for the problem set are:
Our math circle's 8th meeting will be held on Wednesday, 2/6! We will be covering AMC 10 test-taking strategies and going over some interesting past AMC 10 problems. If you are taking the AMC 10, we highly recommend you come, as we will be sharing lots of useful tips!
It's been a long time guys! We will be kicking our new year off with Systems of Equations on Wednesday, 1/9/19 at 7:30! See you there!
Our 5th meeting will take place next Wednesday, 12/12/2018 from 7:30 - 8:30 PM! Our topic for this week is the Pythagorean Theorem. Hope to see you there!
This will be our last meeting of the year, so be sure to come!
In case you wanted to review the problems in our Kahoot this meeting, here is the link:
Our 4th meeting will take place on Wednesday, 11/28 from 7:30-9 PM. For this meeting, we will be doing a recap of the recent AMC 8 and present some of the problems we found interesting. If any of you have additional questions, we will be more than happy to answer them. After this, we will be having a fun Kahoot! Remember to bring your phones!
In case you missed something from our last presentation, you can access it at docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AzqdSElJKuQHUCDZY14Kt2Fgipldk5laudmszMAnkag/edit#slide=id.p.
Sorry about the last post.
Our third meeting will take place on Wednesday, 11/14 from 7:30-9 PM. We will be covering the broad topic of Counting. Additionally, we will be allotting some time at the end to answer questions about the COMC and AMC 8 for those who took it.
See you there!
Here is where you will find the list of past and future math circle meetings, as well as regular updates on the math circle.