Thank you all for attending Dr. Benjamin’s Mathemagic show. His joy of math, curiosity, and connection with the group made the presentation come alive for all who attended. If you’d like to learn more about how you can engage in problem-solving activities in the area or other upcoming speakers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 21, 2015 – There will be no math circle, therefore, it is a great time to take a tour of AwesomeMath Academy! Drop by anytime classes are in session: http://www.awesomemathacademy.org/classes.html.
February 25, 2015 – MMC will be hosting the AMC 10B/12B. Pr-registration is required. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to see Dr. Arthur Benjamin, a Professor of Mathematics at Harvey Mudd College, perform his Mathemagics show this Saturday. He has delighted a global audience with his mixture of math and magic and now Metroplex Math Circle will be able to enjoy this fast-paced and entertaining performance. The event will be held in the TI Auditorium of the ECSS building on the campus of UTD. This will be a popular session, so come early to ensure a seat.
For some simple games, there is a clear winning strategy for one of the players, which makes the games a bit boring. Or does it? Well, only if you actually find the strategy! Come join us for a fun look at games and the winning strategies behind them.
There will not be a math circle this Saturday, however, if you are interested in attending a free problem-solving session led by Dr. Titu Andreescu, I encourage you to go to AwesomeMath Academy on January 31st between 4-5:30pm and receive excellent guidance for contests such as the AMCs, Purple Comet, and USAMTS. Information and details are on the flyer. Refreshments and door prizes will be offered.
Come join us for Dr. Benjamin’s Mathemagics show at Metroplex Math Circle in the TI Auditorium from 2-4 pm.
The Fibonacci numbers are known for representing a simple pattern with incredible properties. Robert Bosch is here to talk about some of them, posing lots of interesting problems about the Fibonacci sequence and its connections. Whether you’re interested in the Fibonacci sequence or are completely new to the subject, you’ll be able to learn and derive a library of elegant formulas.