|10/11/2020| [Show less]
We quickly review mathematical induction and then solve a few related problems of various levels of difficulty, from easy to very hard.
|10/18/2020| [Show less]
Today we will approach problems involving area computations, that should hopefully cover all necessary techniques for Olympiad problems.
|10/25/2020| [Show less]
Today we will discuss various standard techniques in solving diophantine equations (i.e. equations with integers). The material is for 2 weeks.
|11/1/2020| [Show less]
The handout is the same as last time (see Part I)
We will move on to problems 4, 5, 6... and so on today.
|11/8/2020| [Show less]
Today we are doing problems involving mathematical games, and talk about the method of retrograde analysis.
|11/15/2020| [Show less]
This lecture we continue with the same topic. We added a few extra problems
|11/22/2020| [Show less]
Today we will do practice problems, with no particular theme.
|12/6/2020| [Show less]
Today we discuss angle chasing, properties of angles inscribed in circles, and a few constructions.
|12/13/2020| [Show less]
We continue with the topic from last time.
|1/10/2021| [Show less]
Today we will discuss board problems, involving colorings, tilings and more.
|1/17/2021| [Show less]
Today we cover various methods of solving inequality problems.
|1/24/2021| [Show less]
Today we will review similarity of triangles, and we will do problems involving the Menelaus and Ceva theorems.
|1/31/2021|| [Show less] |
|2/7/2021| [Show less]
Today we are continuing with the topic from last time. Some of the problems in this handout are left-overs from the previous handout.
|2/21/2021|| [Show less] |