10/11/2020 | First meeting of the year for intermediate 2A. We will be doing some fun problem solving! [Show less] |

10/18/2020 | We introduce permutations and the 15 puzzle problem! [Show less] |

10/25/2020 | This week we continue developing some more language and notation to be able to prove whether or not the 15 puzzle has a solution... [Show less] |

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11/15/2020 | Continuing from last week but with even more detailed constructions and Euclidian proofs! [Show less] |

11/22/2020 | We introduce combinatorics, the mathematics of counting. [Show less] |

12/6/2020 | This week we continue and finish off our introduction to combinatorics. [Show less] |

12/13/2020 | There is no handout for this class (Instructors can access the private attachments). [Show less] |

1/10/2021 | We have an introduction to the complex numbers in this meeting. [Show less] |

1/17/2021 | Along our exploration of the complex numbers and our journey to trigonometry, we take a brief stop at some algebra. [Show less] |

1/24/2021 | This will be our first time dealing with some trignometry! This will give us the necessary information to talk about Euler's formula next week. [Show less] |

1/31/2021 | We finally arrive at Euler's Formula! [Show less] |

2/7/2021 | We investigate and explore some ideas in probability for this class! [Show less] |

2/21/2021 | We investigate the Chinese Remainder Theorem in this week's handout. [Show less] |

2/28/2021 | This week we are continuing our problems on the Chinese Remainder Theorem (CRT) along with a small introduction to ‘if and only if' proofs within the context of remainders and divisibility. [Show less] |

3/7/2021 | We study the GCD and the Euclidean algorithm [Show less] |

3/14/2021 | Today we have a math dominoes game for the last meeting of the quarter. [Show less] |

4/4/2021 | This Sunday we explore random variable and events beyond just geometric probabiltiy (as we've done before). [Show less] |

4/11/2021 | We continue some probability theory ideas and introduce the binomial distribution! [Show less] |

4/18/2021 | We introduce some important ideas of functions and proofs, the bread and butter of maths. [Show less] |

4/25/2021 | We learn to approximate areas of shapes and graphs; this is basically a small teaser to ideas of integration in calculus. [Show less] |