6/26/2022 | Students will try to solve the Instant Insanity puzzle as an introduction to graph theory. [Show less] |

7/10/2022 | We will study various properties of graphs ending with Eulerian cycles and the famous Seven Bridges of Konigsberg problem. [Show less] |

7/17/2022 | Students will continue the study of graph theory. [Show less] |

7/24/2022 | Students will continue their study of graph theory. [Show less] |

7/31/2022 | Students will take a break from graph theory and solve fun logic puzzles. [Show less] |

8/7/2022 | Students will complete the previously studied handouts on Euler characteristic and logic puzzles. [Show less] |

8/14/2022 | Students will apply their knowledge of graph theory, trees in particular, to solving a bunch of fun word problems. [Show less] |

8/21/2022 | Students will study a part of graph theory that shows how order emerges out of chaos. [Show less] |

9/25/2022 | We begin this quarter by briefly studying modular arithmetic. This will serve as a warmup for the type of coding challenges we plan to tackle in Python. [Show less] |

10/2/2022 | We will continue working on the modular arithmetic handout from the previous week. [Show less] |