9/25/2022 | Students will learn the game of Nim, and how to always win! [Show less] |

10/2/2022 | Students will learn the game of Nim, and how to always win! [Show less] |

10/9/2022 | Students will learn the fundamentals of basic optimization problems. [Show less] |

10/16/2022 | Students will study chapter 11, Conditional Probability, from the book Intermediate Counting and Probability by AoPS. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1G1AH8RT6kd46WimDh-6yccsNmms68Qz-?usp=sharing [Show less] |

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1/8/2023 | Students will study a tricky combinatorial problem that is important in computer science and has deep historical roots. [Show less] |

1/15/2023 | Students will learn the basic principles of counting and be able to apply combinatorial arguments to solve probability problems. [Show less] |

1/22/2023 | Students will learn the basic principles of counting and be able to apply combinatorial arguments to solve probability problems. [Show less] |

1/29/2023 | Students will learn about permutations and basic group theory. We will use this theory to solve the 15 Puzzle. [Show less] |

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2/19/2023 | Students will continue to learn about the 15 Puzzle and will learn conditions under which it can be solved. We will also cover basic L1 geometry and solve interesting geometric problems. [Show less] |

2/26/2023 | Students will learn the mathematics behind games and optimal play over the course of the next two weeks. This will be a fun packet and accessible to everyone, but also contain several challenge problems in game theory. [Show less] |

3/5/2023 | Students will continue learning about more advanced concepts in game theory and build on what they learned last week. [Show less] |

3/12/2023 | Students will have a fun competition! [Show less] |