Starting Jan 23, 2021, we will hold some math circles online.
- The Mobius Noodles Group will meet from 10:30 – 11:15.
- The Elementary Group and the Beginners Group will meet from 9:00 – 10:00.
- The Intermediate Group and the Advanced Group will meet on Saturdays from 10:30 – 12:00.
- URLs for online meeting locations will be posted below.
This schedule is tentative and may be changed.
|Date||Moebius Noodles Topic||Beginners Group Topic||Elementary Group Topic||Intermediate Group Topic||Advanced Group Topic|
|Saturday, Jan 23||Design Your Own Factorization Diagrams||Design Your Own Factorization Diagrams||Cryptograms and Counterfeit Coins||Four Points, Two Distances||Matrices and Linear Algebra|
|Saturday, Jan 30||Math Circle will not meet.|
|Saturday, Feb 6||Factorization Diagrams, Part 2||Factorization Diagrams, Part 2||Reflection does it, part 1||Grid Power||Image Processing|
|Saturday, Feb 13||Math Circle will not meet.|
|Saturday, Feb 20||Magnitude and Powers||Magnitude and Powers||Reflection Does It! Part 2||Taxicab Geometry||P-adic Numbers|
|Saturday, Feb 27||Math Circle will not meet.|
|Saturday, Mar 6||Multiplication Models Scavenger Hunt||Mutiplication Models Scavenger Hunt||Reflection, Part 3 – Pool Tables||Geometry Puzzles||P-adic Numbers|
|Saturday, Mar 13||Math Circle will not meet.|
|Saturday, Mar 20||MathLexicon: combinations and compound words||MathLexicon: combinations and compound words||Two Is the Best Number Part 1||Mathematical Induction||Solving Systems of Equations|
|Saturday, Mar 27||Math Circle will not meet.|
|Saturday, Apr 3||Storytelling and Modeling: Logic Puzzles||Storytelling and Modeling: Logic Puzzles||Two Is the Best Number Part 2||The Game of Sprouts||X-rays and puzzles|
|Saturday, Apr 10||Math Circle will not meet.|
|Saturday, Apr 17||Overlapping Circles Art||Overlapping Circles Art||Two Is the Best Number Part 3||Invariants||The Mathematics of Ranking|
|Saturday, April 24||Math Circle will not meet|
|Saturday, May 1||TBD||TBD||Two is the best number, Part 4||Modular Arithmetic||Symmetries of the 15-puzzle|
Many of the problems we choose come from books in the MSRI-AMS Mathematical Circles Library.