### Professor Klee’s Talk

On January 7th, Professor Steven Klee from Seattle University visited WSMA to give an hour long talk regarding the importance of math after high school. Professor Klee has taught numerous mathematics courses at Seattle University since 2012 after receiving his PhD in mathematics from the University of Washington. He has published over thirty papers and […]

More »### The Fibonacci and Lucas Sequences

The Fibonacci numbers were first introduced by Fibonacci in his book Liber Abaci. As he was considering the growth of an idealized rabbit population, he noticed that there was one pair of rabbits at the end of the first month, two pairs of rabbits at the end of the second month, three rabbits at the […]

More »### Recap on MIC

Math is Cool (MIC) was held pastÂ Saturday, October 23rd. After attending it at Redmond High School, here is a brief recap of the event. While many local math competitions have one individual test and many team tests, MIC has three individual tests and three team tests. There are four divisions: Geometry Algebra II Pre-Calculus Calculus […]

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