## Archive for the ‘meeting’ Category

## November 16, 2013 – Ivan Borsenco – The Study of Prime Numbers: from Euclid till present days

Posted in math circle, meeting, tagged Euclid, Ivan Borsenco, prime on November 13, 2013| Leave a Comment »

## October 26, 2013 – Austin Marstaller – “Cantor Sets”

Posted in meeting, tagged AMC 8, Austin Marstaller, Cantor set on October 24, 2013| Leave a Comment »

**This week’s math circle presenter will be MMC participant and UTD student, Austin Marstaller. He’ll be discussing Cantor Sets, a set of points lying on a single line segment that have a number of interesting properties. Learning about Cantor sets is a great way to introduce general topology.**

## October 12, 2013 – Cosmin Pohoata – Non-standard Induction

Posted in math circles, meeting, tagged combinatorial, Cosmin Pohoata, induction on October 10, 2013| Leave a Comment »

## October 05, 2013 – Dr. Jonathan Kane – “Rows of Roses”

Posted in math circle, meeting, tagged cosine, cycloids, epicyclodes, hypocycloid, Jonathan Kane, Lissajous figures, sine on October 1, 2013| Leave a Comment »

## September 28, 2013 – Dr. Branislav Kisačanin – Did the NSA Really Break the RSA Code?

Posted in math circles, meeting, tagged Dr. Branislav Kisačanin, Euler's Theorem, Fermat's Little Theorem, NSA, RSA on September 23, 2013| Leave a Comment »

- What is the remainder when 2^1000 is divided by 997?
- Determine the last digit of 1^1 + 2^2 + 3^3 + … + 2009^2009.

## September 21, 2013 – Dr. Titu Andreescu – “Why Math on a Saturday Afternoon?”

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## Dr. Branislav Kisačanin – Geometry of Triangles

Posted in math circle, meeting, tagged Branislav Kisacanin, cevians, Euler Line, excircle, Fermat Point, Stewart's Theorem on April 16, 2013| Leave a Comment »

This Saturday, April 20th Dr. Kisačanin will return for another of his fantastic lectures. Triangles factor into almost every math contest in addition to being endlessly fascinating objects in themselves. Here is Dr. Kisačanin’s description of the session with links to resources:

In this talk about geometry of triangles we will see two different proofs of Stewart’s theorem, derive formulas for important cevians, and solve several interesting geometric problems.

We will also look at other important points in triangles (Fermat point, centers of excircles, …) and look at the Euler line, the nine-point circle, and related problems.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stewart%27s_theorem

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermat_point

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Excircle

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler_line

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nine_point_circle