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10/22
Advanced -
More tilings and some algebra.
10/22
High School I -
Infinity Part 1
10/22
High School II -
A Number Very Close to Integers with Guest Lead Nick Andersen
10/22
Junior Circle -
Russian Peasant Multiplication
10/29
High School II -
Benford's Law
10/29
Junior Circle -
Halloween Math
11/5
High School II -
Rational Tangles
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10/8/2017
High School II: Liars and Truthtellers Logic Puzzles
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We'll be talking about the classic Liars and Truthtellers puzzles, how to solve them, and how to classify them.
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10/15/2017
High School II: Quadratic Fields with Guest Lead Nick Anderson
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10/22/2017
High School II: A Number Very Close to Integers with Guest Lead Nick Andersen
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10/29/2017
High School II: Benford's Law
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Real world random numbers don't look quite as random as some people think. Benford's law is an explanation of some surprising regularity.
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11/5/2017
High School II: Rational Tangles
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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!
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11/12/2017
High School II: Discrete Derivatives
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What if we took derivatives of sequences instead of functions? It turns out, we can still learn a lot!
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11/19/2017
High School II: Discrete Derivatives, Part 2
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12/3/2017
High School II: How to Divide
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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.
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12/10/2017
High School II: Math Relays
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Quick, fun, team-based math competition with prizes!
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