Los Angeles Math Circle

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## For meetings prior to Fall 2017, visit the Circle Archive.

AdvancedBeginnersBreaking Numbers into PartsEarly ElementaryHigh School IHigh School IIJunior Circle
 10/8/2017 [Show less] 10/15/2017 Students will be working through a worksheet on Roman Numerals [Show less] 10/22/2017 Students learned the concept of "cuts" versus "pieces". This is demonstrated through cutting logs and cutting bagels. [Show less] 10/29/2017 Students will do math problems, all which are Halloween themed. Math problems include, problems about working together, cutting shapes into pieces in a creative way, calculating distance in respect to time, creating combinations, and probability. Handouts: Solutions: Happy Halloween [Show less] 11/5/2017 Students will learn the basics of functions. Students will do problems where they have to identify the pattern of the functions and its inputs and outputs. [Show less] 11/12/2017 We will continue with the Function Machine handout [Show less] 11/19/2017 Students will use different strategies and their knowledge of area to solve problems involving a chessboard.Handouts: Chessboard Handout | Chessboard Solutions [Show less] 12/3/2017 We will continue with the game portion of Fun and Games with a Chess Board. [Show less] 12/10/2017 Students will work on problem sets individually. The problem sets will comprise of problems based on everything we worked on this quarter. [Show less] 1/14/2018 Students will be working with symmetry and reflections as well as building on topics from last quarter. [Show less] 1/21/2018 Students will conduct an experiment with dice to introduce them to probability.Handouts: Probability Handout | Probability Solutions [Show less] 1/28/2018 Students will play a game with Leap Frogs and do some Math Kangroo practice. Please omit the Leap Frog portion of this week. Handout is posted just for reference. [Show less] 2/4/2018 Knights can only tell the truth and nothing but the truth, but Liars can only tell lies. Students will discover who is a Knight and who is a Liar in this worksheet [Show less] 2/11/2018 Students will learn how to solve problems when given the final answer but not the starting number. Note, number 4 should say 4 candies.Handouts: Backwards Reasoning Handout [Show less] 2/25/2018 Students will learn how to defeat dragons by "cutting off" their heads and tails. However, there is a catch. When you cut one head off two heads grow back! Other rules will also take place in the worksheet.Handouts: How to Fight a Dragon Handout [Show less] 3/4/2018 Students will relate math to rhythm using music notes. Handout made by Assistant Instructor: Ashin!Handouts: Counting Beats Handout [Show less] 3/11/2018 Students will do review questions that cover the entire quarter. Some will be done in class on the board. [Show less] 3/18/2018 Students will do an Indivudal Problem Set that covers topics from the entire quarter. [Show less] 4/8/2018 Students will work on logic negations.Handouts: Mr. No Part 1 [Show less] 4/15/2018 Students will continue with the worksheet from last week and we will be introducing Venn Diagrams.Handouts: Mr. No Part 2 [Show less] 4/22/2018 Students will learn how to find the mass of mystery items when comparing them to other items on the "scale" [Show less] 4/29/2018 Students will use their knowledge of Balanced Scales to begin to learn about binary numbersHandouts: Binary Notation Part 1 [Show less] 5/6/2018 We will be continuing working with binary numbersHandouts: Binary Numbers Part 2 Handout [Show less] 5/13/2018 We will be continuing working with binary numbersHandouts: Binary Number Part 3 Handout [Show less] 5/20/2018 We will be continuing working with binary numbers [Show less]