ORMC Meetings • 2022-2023 Academic Year
For meetings prior to Fall 2022, visit the Circle Archive.
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|Beginners 2A||Beginners 2B||Chess club||Intermediate 1A||Intermediate 1B||Intermediate 2A||Intermediate 2B||Olympiads Training|
|9/25/2022| [Show less]
We will play a game, called Estimathon (https://estimathon.com/), and start learning about Einstein's special relativity theory.
|10/3/2022| [Show less]
We continue having fun around Einstein's special relativity. This time we discuss time dilation
|10/9/2022| [Show less]
This week we will discuss length contraction in ESP theory. Please keep having fun
|10/16/2022| [Show less]
There are many ways to characterize integers: primes versus composite, abundant versus deficient, even naughty versus nice. We will focus on the second of these, trying to make sense of the question, “what’s the probability an integer is abundant?” Exploring this question will compel us to think deeply about primes, and a menagerie of Greek letters, and even the question of naughty versus nice.
|10/23/2022| [Show less]
Students will study possibly the most important 20th century computer, the slide rule.
|10/30/2022| [Show less]
This Sunday we will have a special Halloween estimathon and for the remaining time we will look at a worksheet on measurement errors.
|11/6/2022| [Show less]
This Sunday we will look at certain optimization probles, which will include the minimization and maximization of area, distance, or perimeter, given certain constraints, and properties of light.
|11/20/2022| [Show less]
Hello, this Sunday we will continue with optimization problems in a more geometrical context.