Just a notice that we are not meeting Saturday, October 4, due to school district in-service days. See you next week!
We began our second session by noticing that in a perfect city grid such as (some of) Boise’s downtown and north end, there are a lot of ways to get from point A to point B. So how many are there really? Continue reading Downtown walking distances
The Sona sand drawings are part of the oral tradition of the Tchokwe people of Angola. The drawings are both art and science, and hold many interesting mathematical properties. Continue reading Sona sand drawings
We are very excited to announce our first meeting this Saturday!
- Where: Mathematics 139, BSU campus (map)
- When: 10am-12pm
- What to bring: a pen or pencil
See you soon!
The Department of Mathematics at Boise State University is excited to announce we’ll be opening the doors of the Boise Math Circle in September of 2014.
- More About the Boise Math Circle
- Program Directors
- Schedule of Circle Meetings, Fall 2014
- Sample Topics
- Apply Now! (the deadline is now September 15)
Please help us recruit participants by letting your students know about the program. If you’d like attendance reports for your students (e.g., for extra credit) , please send us an email. You’re of course welcome to join the sessions.
Please help us spread the word about the Boise Math Circle among local mathematics teachers, talented young mathematics students, and parents.
The Department of Mathematics at Boise State University is excited to announce we’ll be opening the doors of the Boise Math Circle in September of 2014. More information coming soon!