For meetings prior to Fall 2017, visit the Circle Archive.
|Advanced||Beginners||Breaking Numbers into Parts||Early Elementary||High School I||High School II||Junior Circle|
|10/8/2017| [Show less]
We'll be talking about the classic Liars and Truthtellers puzzles, how to solve them, and how to classify them.
|10/15/2017|| [Show less] |
|10/22/2017|| [Show less] |
|10/29/2017| [Show less]
Real world random numbers don't look quite as random as some people think. Benford's law is an explanation of some surprising regularity.
|11/5/2017| [Show less]
An amazing magic trick, in which a magician can untie any tangle just by being told a single rational number. We'll figure out how it works!
|11/12/2017| [Show less]
What if we took derivatives of sequences instead of functions? It turns out, we can still learn a lot!
|11/19/2017|| [Show less] |
|12/3/2017| [Show less]
We'll look at how to divide by 2, how to subtract, and if we're really making good progress, how to divide by 3.
No, really. And this may be the hardest week of the quarter.
|12/10/2017| [Show less]
Quick, fun, team-based math competition with prizes!
|1/14/2018| [Show less]
We'll look at geometries with finitely many points, see what's geometric about them, and also find applications to the real world!