### Recap on Mu Alpha Theta

The Washington State Mu Alpha Theta competition was held yesterday, March 26th. After attending it at Thomas Jefferson High School, here is a brief recap of my experience with the event. To me, the biggest thing that stands out about Mu Alpha Theta is the number of trophy opportunities. Mu Alpha Theta offers many different tests, and most of […]

More »### AwesomeMath Summer Program

Attention students and parents! The 2016 AwesomeMath Summer Program is now open to applications. AwesomeMath is an intensive summer camp for gifted math students. Here’s an introduction of the program from AwesomeMath’s website: An initiative in response to parents and teachers of bright students who have not yet shone at the Olympiad level, as well as of those […]

More »### WSMA Workshops: What are your chances?

WSMA held its 4th workshop this past Saturday, March 19th. The topic of the workshop was probability. The workshop involved a variety of activities: video, discussion, lecture, card game, and more. The workshop started off with a TED-Ed video called “The last banana: A thought experiment in probability” by Leonardo Barichello. Summary of the video according […]

More »### Competition Reminder: Mu Alpha Theta

The upcoming 23rd annual Washington State Mu Alpha Theta competition is on March 23th, 2016 at Thomas Jefferson High School. Register soon! There are three divisions: THETA-Students in Algebra 3-4 (Integrated 3) or lower ALPHA- Students who are in Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus MU- Students who have taken any level of Calculus The following is the schedule for the day: 8:15-9:00 […]

More »### Insights on I2MC

Interlake Invitational Math Competition (I2MC) occurred this past Saturday, March 5th. It’s an afternoon competition hosted by the math club at Interlake High School in Bellevue, lasting approximately seven hours from registration to awards ceremony. In my past experience with I2MC, what stood out to me was the difficulty level of the tests and the […]

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