# Past Student Classes

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## Summer 2024 top

### Middle School High School (MSHS) Summer Program In Person

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Parents are allowed to drop off students at 9:45 am. Students must wait in the lobby, and are NOT allowed to go to their classroom without a TA or instructor. Classes are from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. There will be a supervised lunch period from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in which students must bring lunch and drink. Students are NOT allowed to leave campus to purchase lunch. Additional fees will apply for late pickups. Please inquire.

### Middle School High School (MSHS) Summer Program Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details. |

Where: | Online. |

Our full-day remote classes will be from 10-12pm, and 1-3pm. There will be an unsupervised lunch hour from 12pm-1pm.

We are also offering AM and PM sections separately. Our MSA AM section will cover Irrational numbers and Pythagorean Theorem, while our MSA PM section will cover contest problems from NY Math league. Mathcounts, and AMC8. Our HSA AM section will focus on Proofs, while our HSA PM section will focus on Contest Problems.

Bring a notebook and pencil or pen to class.

## Spring 2024 top

### Columbia University In-Person Classes

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Instructor:
| Multiple. |

Locations: | |

COLUMBIA: |
Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
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HSA/HSA+ | Barry Weng | Sundays, 10am to 12pm | COLUMBIA | 420 | |

Location: Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 4/7, 4/14, 5/5, 5/12. |
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College Bridge | Dr. Nicolas Ford | Sundays 10am-12pm | COLUMBIA | 407 | |

Location: Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 4/7, 4/14, 5/5, 5/12. |

This is a new sub-program at Columbia University.

HSA Topics and sample questions.

Note: At the main entrance (116th St and Broadway), ask the guard for directions to the mathematics department.

### The Clinton School: In Person Classes

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY (map). |

Locations: | |

CLINTON: |
The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
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MSA/MSA+ | Jayson Vu | Sundays, 1 pm to 3 pm | CLINTON | TBD | |

Location: The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 4/7, 4/14, 5/5, 5/12. |
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HS Math Contest Topics | Joe Lothan and Madison Shirazi | Sundays, 1 pm to 3 pm | CLINTON | TBD | |

Location: The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 4/7, 4/14, 5/5, 5/12. |
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MSB/MSB+ | Dr. Kovan Pillai | Sundays 10am to 12pm | CLINTON | TBD | |

Location: The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 4/7, 4/14, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19. |
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HSB/HSB+ | Daheng Shen | Sundays 10am to 12pm | CLINTON | TBD | |

Location: The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/25, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 4/7, 4/14, 5/5, 5/12. |

New 10-week class: HS Math Contest Topics: Advanced algebra and geometry, combinatorics, probability, and number theory.

### Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details. |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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MSA/MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10am to 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/24, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 4/6, 4/13, 5/4, 5/11. |
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MSB/MSB+ | Dr. Sheila Miller | Saturdays 10am to 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/24, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 4/6, 4/13, 5/4, 5/11. |
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HSA/HSA+ | Dr. Sheila Miller | Saturdays 1pm to 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/24, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 4/6, 4/13, 5/4, 5/11. |

Bring a notebook and pencil or pen to class. MS classes usually assign about half an hour of homework per week, whereas HS classes assign about one hour.

**MSA** is a one-year program appropriate for Elementary or Middle School students who are new to problem-solving. They should have strong arithmetic skills and an interest in learning mathematics beyond the school curriculum. Topics and sample questions.

**MSB** is an intermediate one-year program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSA. Topics and sample questions.

**MSC** is an advanced one-year program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSB and have had exposure to Algebra 1.
Topics and sample questions.

**HSA**is a two-year program appropriate for younger high school students and advanced middle school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

**HSB**is a two-year program for students who have completed the equivalent of two years of high school and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem-solving is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**HSC**is a two-year program for students who have taken pre-calculus and have a deep knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem-solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**College Bridge**is a two-year course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take higher-level mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics. Topics and sample questions.

New and current students wishing to move up a section must take a placement exam. Please email a request to us at info@nymathcircle.org

The High School 2-year cycles start in the fall of even years (e.g., fall 2022). Students may enroll at any point of the cycle.

### Spring Workshops In-Person

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY (map). |

MSC Workshop: Schedule: 5/5, 5/12, 5/19. Although we are not currently running MSC classes, we are now offering an MSC workshop to cover a few of the topics we used to cover: 1. AM-GM 2. Probability 3. Expected Value. This workshop is ideal for MSB-level students who wish to study more advanced material but lack coverage of Algebra 1 topics to qualify for HSA.

### Spring Workshops Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | Online. |

Graph Theory Workshop:Dates: 5/4, 5/11, 5/18. This is a 3-session workshop will focus on the fundamentals of graph theory and solving for real world applications. On the theory side, we will touch on Euler's formula for planar graphs, definition/use for bipartite graph, and inverse graphs. For the application side, we will cover Map coloring, 7 bridges, and network optimization. Difficulty will vary based on registration and is open to all ages but this workshop is targeted for HSA/HSB students.

## Fall 2023 top

### Columbia University In-Person Classes

When: | Sunday, Fall 2023 |

Instructor:
| Multiple. |

This is a new sub-program at Columbia University.

MSA Topics and sample questions.

HSA Topics and sample questions.

Note: At the main entrance (116th St and Broadway), ask the guard for directions to the mathematics department.

### Guest Speaker Talks

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 (map). |

Locations: | |

COLUMBIA: |
Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
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GUEST SPEAKER | Dr. Po-Shen Loh | NOVEMBER 5 @ 10am | COLUMBIA | Uris Hall, Room 301 | |

Location: Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
(map).Schedule: 11/5. |

GUEST SPEAKER: DR. PO-SHEN LOH. Date: November 5, 2023 @ Columbia University, 10am TITLE: Using Game Theory To Save the Next Generation From ChatGPT AUDIENCE: Parents of K-12 students in all years, educators of all years, students in grades 6-12. (Elementary students typically do not understand the discussions about life advice, but elementary parents find that part of the talk very useful, so elementary parents can come without their kids.)

### Fall Workshops - Computer Algorithms in Algebra

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | Online. |

Computer Algorithms workshop titles are: 1. How to compute with real numbers: interval arithmetic, 2. Numerical root finding for polynomial (real roots), 3. Extension (complex or complex roots, higher dimensions)

### Fall Workshops Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | Online. |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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Mass Points in Geometry | Misha Shklyar | Sundays 10am to 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 12/3, 12/10, 12/17. |
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HS Math Contest Topics | Jayson Vu | Saturdays 10am to 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 12/2, 12/9, 12/23. |

Elementary School Workshop: Introduction to Percentage: In this 3-session workshop, you will learn how to find the percent of a number, estimate percents, and find discounts and tax. Calculators will be used as well as websites.

Mass Point Geometry: The Method of Mass Points is an ingenious way to approach many geometry problems that involve intersecting segments inside triangles and other polygons. Mass Points can make solutions to otherwise difficult geometry problems simple and straightforward. In this 3-session workshop we will see how Mass Points are related to medians, angle bisectors, and altitudes. We will use Mass Points to solve both AMC and AIME problems, prove Ceva's Theorem and Menelaus' Theorem and use Mass Points to solve problems in three dimensions.

Intermediate Pythagorean: This 3-session workshop is for those who are familiar with Pythagorean triples It will include an informal proof of the Pythagorean theorem, special triangles, finding the third side of any right triangle, determining whether or not a triangle is a right triangle, and application of the Special triangles to find the area of composite figures. It will include irrational numbers.

HS Math Competitions: This is a 3 session workshop covering topics usually found in high school math competitions. The workshops will be held on 12/2, 12/16, 12/23. The difficulty of the workshop will change as each session progressively covers more difficult material, starting from AMC10 material for the first workshop. The main focus will be solving problems efficiently, contest-taking strategies, and the mental tricks used by contests.

Introduction to Proof and Paradox: Mathematical tools for studying what must be true and what seems to be impossible. In the workshop I'd like to introduce basic proof techniques, a few famous paradoxes, and play with a family of logic puzzles called liar paradoxes.Targeted to MSB+, MSC, and HSA students.

### Fall Workshops In-Person

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY (map). |

MSC Workshop: Although we are not currently running MSC classes, we are now offering an MSC workshop to cover a few topics we used to cover: 1. Vieta's Formulas 2. Pigeonhole Principle, and 3. Triangle Area Ratio Theorem. This workshop is ideal for MSA and MSB-level students who wish to study more advanced material but lack coverage of Algebra 1 topics to qualify for HSA.

Number Theory through Inquiry: In this three-session workshop, students will discover some basic and beautiful results in number theory. Students will be expected to prepare and present proofs for comment and discussion. Along the way, they will learn about the properties of prime numbers, Euler's theorem, the mathematics of RSA encryption, and quadratic reciprocity. Experience writing proofs is required.

### In Person

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

**Students are encouraged to bring a laptop for the Computer Algorithms class. New fee structure for Computer Algorithms in Algebra class:**$250 for students who don't register for another class ($50 for students who qualify for financial aid). $150 for students who have registered for another class (FREE for students who qualify for financial aid).

This class will focus on solving systems of linear/nonlinear equations using state-of-the-art software and then using geometry to apply these solutions to real-life problems.

### Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details. |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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MSB/MSB+ | Dr. Sheila Miller | Saturdays 10am - 12 pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/23,9/30,10/7,10/14,10/21,10/28,11/4,11/11,11/18,12/2. |

Bring a notebook and pencil or pen to class. MS classes usually assign about half an hour of homework per week, whereas HS classes assign about one hour.

**MSA** is a one-year program appropriate for Elementary or Middle School students who are new to problem-solving. They should have strong arithmetic skills and an interest in learning mathematics beyond the school curriculum. Topics and sample questions.

**MSB** is an intermediate one-year program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSA. Topics and sample questions.

**MSC** is an advanced one-year program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSB and have had exposure to Algebra 1.
Topics and sample questions.

**HSA**is a two-year program appropriate for younger high school students and advanced middle school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

**HSB**is a two-year program for students who have completed the equivalent of two years of high school and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem-solving is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**HSC**is a two-year program for students who have taken pre-calculus and have a deep knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem-solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**College Bridge**is a two-year course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take higher-level mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics. Topics and sample questions.

New and current students wishing to move up a section must take a placement exam. Please email a request to us at info@nymathcircle.org

The High School 2-year cycles start in the fall of even years (e.g., fall 2022). Students may enroll at any point of the cycle.

## Summer 2023 top

### Summer Middle School High School Program In Person

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 (map). Room Knox Hall. |

**Columbia University**no longer requires students to be vaccinated, boosted, and wear masks in class. Ask the guard at the main entrance for directions to the Mathematics building.

Parents are allowed to drop off students at 9:30 am. Classes are from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. There will be a supervised lunch period from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in which students must bring lunch and drink. Students are NOT allowed to leave campus to purchase lunch. We will also have an optional after-school mathematical activities session from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

### Summer Middle School High School Program Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details. |

Where: | Online. |

Remote classes will be from 10-12pm, and 1-3pm. There will be an unsupervised lunch hour from 12pm-1pm.

Bring a notebook and pencil or pen to class. MS classes usually assign about half an hour of homework weekly, whereas HS classes assign about one hour. Year 1 for the HS curriculum starts in the fall of even years (e.g., fall 2022), and year two starts in the fall of odd years.

**MSA** is a one-year program appropriate for Elementary or Middle School students who are new to problem-solving. They should have strong arithmetic skills and an interest in learning mathematics beyond the school curriculum. Topics and sample questions.

**MSB** is a one-year intermediate program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSA. Topics and sample questions.

**HSA** is a two-year program appropriate for younger high school students and advanced middle school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 24, 2023 - August 10, 2023 |

Where: | Columbia University, 2990 Broadway, New York, NY 10027 (map). Room Knox Hall. |

Early Admission Exam Dates:
| March 18 & 19, 2023 (exam due on March 19) |

Regular Admission Exam Dates:
| May 20 & 21, 2023 (exam due on May 21) |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and qualifying exam. See Application Process below. |

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### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 24, 2023 - August 10, 2023 |

Where: | Online. |

Early Admission Exam Dates:
| March 18 & 19, 2023 (exam due on March 19) |

Regular Admission Exam Dates:
| May 20 & 21, 2023 (exam due on May 21) |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and qualifying exam. See Application Process below. |

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## Spring 2023 top

### Guest Speaker Talks

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Where: | The Clinton School, 10 E15 St, Manhattan, NY (map). |

Targeted audience: By invitation only. Alumni & High School Seniors only.

May 21, 2023 @ 10 am. Andrew Yang (Google) Software Careers: I’ll discuss my journey from studying math to entering software engineering. This will include a discussion of the differences between academia and industry, what has changed in the past 20 years, and how math broadly applies to some of the best jobs today.

### Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details. |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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HSB/HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 1/21, 2/4,2/11,2/25,3/4 , 3/11, 3/18, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29 - Note the start date. |
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HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 1/28, 2/4,2/11,2/25,3/4 , 3/11, 3/18, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29. |

Bring a notebook and pencil or pen to class. MS classes usually assign about half an hour of homework per week, whereas HS classes assign about one hour. Year 1 for the HS curriculum starts in the fall of even years (e.g., fall 2022), and year 2 starts in the fall of odd years.

**MSA** is a one-year program appropriate for Elementary or Middle School students who are new to problem-solving. They should have strong arithmetic skills and an interest in learning mathematics beyond the school curriculum. Topics and sample questions.

**MSB** is a one-year intermediate program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSA. Topics and sample questions.

**MSC** is an advanced one-year program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSB and have had exposure to Algebra 1.
Topics and sample questions.

**HSA**is a two-year program appropriate for younger high school students and advanced middle school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

**HSB**is a two-year program for students who have completed the equivalent of two years of high school and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem-solving is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**HSC**is a two-year program for students who have taken pre-calculus and have a deep knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem-solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**College Bridge**is a two-year course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take higher-level mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics. Topics and sample questions.

New and current students wishing to move up a section will need to take a placement exam. Please email a request to us at info@nymathcircle.org

### In Person

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

**Columbia University**health protocols currently require students to be vaccinated, boosted, and wear masks in class. We will therefore need proof of vaccination as part of the registration process. Ask the guard at the main entrance for directions to the Mathematics building.

Students attending the **Clinton School **classes should wear a mask unless the instructor indicates otherwise.

### Spring Workshops - 3 Days

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Presenting Polygons. In this three-day workshop, students will explore polygons. They will be able to identify them by the number of sides. They will distinguish between regular and irregular polygons. They will be able to find the sum of the measures of the angles of a polygon. They will be able to find the measure of each angle of any regular polygon. They will develop the formula for finding the area of a regular polygon. Students will need a scientific calculator and should have working knowledge of computers as there are several websites we will access.

MS Intro to Geometry: This three-day workshop is targeted at Middle School students who a have basic understanding of geometric shapes (triangle, quadrilateral, rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, kite, trapezoid/isosceles trapezoid, circle) and angles (right angle, straight angle, parallel lines, acute angle, obtuse angle, degree measure). We will discuss problems involving circle geometry, the Pythagorean Theorem, and its applications, including coordinate geometry and finding areas of shaded regions (e.g., bounded by two sides of a right triangle and a circle inscribed into it.) The problems will be on the National MathCounts level.

HS Contest Topics in Geometry: This three-day workshop targets students with a solid foundation in basic geometry. For example, a score of 95+ on Geometry Regents would qualify a student for this class. This 3-class workshop will cover some common ideas in Plane Geometry, problems involving areas, and 3D geometry. The level of the problems will be AMC 10 #15-#25.

### Spring Workshops - 2 Days

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Recursive Sequences: Two-day workshop. A sequence is a list of things (usually numbers) that are in order. Many sequences have patterns that a recursive formula can describe. In Algebra class, we learned that general methods exist to find the explicit formula for arithmetic and geometric sequences, but what about other recursive sequences? In this workshop, we will explore methods of writing explicit formulas for some sequences that are neither arithmetic nor geometric. We will also examine Fibonacci-style sequences in the form x_(n+1)=a*x_(n)+b*x_(n-1) and find the explicit formula of the Fibonacci Sequence with elementary algebraic methods. At the end of the workshop, we'll look at how the Golden Ratio is related to the Fibonacci Sequence. This workshop is recommended for students familiar with arithmetic and geometric sequences and solving systems of linear equations.

### Spring Workshops - 1 Day

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

In this modular origami class, you'll learn how to create beautiful 3D shapes using the water base unit. With this versatile unit, you'll be able to make a variety of geometric shapes including a hexahedron, octahedron, 6-pointed star, flexastar, hollow star, hollow octahedron, and possibly even a butterfly bomb. Our instructor will guide you through each step, helping you to create stunning origami pieces that you can be proud of. There will be a raffle for a book with more advanced modular origami models. You can see the images of the models here. Link: https://share.icloud.com/photos/0f1kQoTsivVX_hDxUtR2XHk4g

## Fall 2022 top

### Guest Speaker Talks

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

HIGH SCHOOL

**The Sum-Product Problem **

DESCRIPTION: The sum-product problem is a major open problem in mathematics. Several of the world's leading mathematicians have been struggling with this problem over the past decades, making slow progress. At the same time, hardly any mathematical background is required for understanding this problem, since it only deals with sums and products of numbers. We will discuss the sum-product problem and see one of the major breakthroughs that was made for it. We will also have a brief chat about math research projects for high-school students.

Adam Sheffer is a professor of mathematics at the CUNY Graduate Center and the Director of Computer Science at CUNY's Baruch College. He is also the director of two programs where promising college students from across the country pursue math research, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. This year, his book "Polynomial Methods and Incidence Theory" was published by Cambridge University Press.

This is targeted to HS students. Due to limited space available, parents and guests are not invited. Light snacks will be served from 12:00pm to 12:30pm.

### In Person

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

**Columbia University**health protocols currently require students to be vaccinated, boosted, and wear masks in class. We will therefore need proof of vaccination as part of the registration process. Ask the guard at the main entrance for directions to the URIS building.

Students attending the **Clinton School **classes should wear a mask unless the instructor indicates otherwise.

### Remote

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details. |

Bring a notebook and pencil or pen to class. MS classes usually assign about half an hour of homework per week, whereas HS classes assign about one hour.

**MSA** is a one-year program appropriate for Elementary or Middle School students who are new to problem-solving. They should have strong arithmetic skills and an interest in learning mathematics beyond the school curriculum. Topics and sample questions.

**MSB** is an intermediate one-year program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSA. Topics and sample questions.

**MSC** is an advanced one-year program appropriate for students who have completed the equivalent of MSB and have had exposure to Algebra 1.
Topics and sample questions.

**HSA**is a two-year program appropriate for younger high school students and advanced middle school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

**HSB**is a two-year program for students who have completed the equivalent of two years of high school and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem-solving is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**HSC**is a two-year program for students who have taken pre-calculus and have a deep knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem-solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

**College Bridge**is a two-year course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take higher-level mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics. Topics and sample questions.

New students and current students wishing to move up a section will need to take a placement exam. Please email a request to us at info@nymathcircle.org

### Fall Workshops

When: | Click on a course to see schedule details |

Elementary School Workshops consist of three **one hour sessions**, and classes are capped at 12 students. Class A (1-2 pm) is for students below fourth grade. Class B (2-3 pm) is for fourth- and fifth-grade students and will go faster than Class A. Students will work in groups to solve problems. We will discuss efficient methods of problem-solving.

**ES PROBLEM-SOLVING 1:** Logic and patterns.

**ES PROBLEM-SOLVING 2:** Guess and check; draw a picture.

**ES PROBLEM-SOLVING 3:** Make a chart/table; simplify.

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Middle School Workshops consist of three **two hour sessions**.

**MS CONTEST 1 TOPICS:**
Algebra - Digits Problems, Base-n numbers, Discussion of cases.

**MS CONTEST 2 TOPICS:**
Geometry - Triangles & Quadrilaterals, Circles & Volume, Funky Figures.

**MS CONTEST 3 TOPICS:**
Probability - Probability, Geometric Probability, Combinations, and Permutations.

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**Mathematics of Origami:**
During this two-session workshop, we will explore modular origami - ways of combining origami units to make more complicated shapes. This workshop is hands-on - we will make some of the models in this video.

## Summer 2022 top

### Online Summer MSHS Program

When: | July 11 - July 22, 2022, Monday - Friday |

Where: | Online. |

Instructor:
| Multiple. |

The Summer MSHS Math Circle is a weekday program for students entering grades 6-12 in the fall that runs for two weeks, four hours a day. A typical day consists of a class in the morning, followed by an offline, unsupervised one-hour lunch, and a class on a different topic in the afternoon. Instructors are very friendly and helpful. We do expect students to use their registration names and turn on their live videos during online class sessions. Virtual backgrounds are allowed.

MSA/MSA+: Geometry and Algebra to describe patterns

MSB/MSB+: Algebra and Graphing, and Math contest topics

MSC/MSC+: Continued Fractions, from Pythagorean triples to Fermat's last theorem for n=3 and n=4

HS Problem Solving: Math contest topics, and Algebra

New students are required to take a placement test. You will receive a link to download the exam after registering your child. Please submit the exam within 48 hours of registration. We will need to see FULL SOLUTIONS HANDWRITTEN.

Current students wishing to move up a section will also need to take a placement exam. Please email a request to us at info@nymathcircle.org

### Online June Workshops

When: | Various Dates |

Where: | Online. |

Instructor:
| Multiple. |

Intro to Pascal's Triangle will allow students to work collaboratively and individually to become familiar with the characteristics and patterns found in the triangle. It will also allow exploration of the applications of the triangle as it relates to counting so that students can count the number of ways to have x heads given y flips of a coin. They will also be able to count word paths efficiently and paths on a grid. Targeted to MSA/MSA+ and MSB students.

Introduction to Proof and Paradox: Mathematical tools for studying what must be true and what seems to be impossible. In the workshop I'd like to introduce basic proof techniques, a few famous paradoxes, and play with a family of logic puzzles called liar paradoxes.Targeted to MSB+, MSC, and HSA students.

### Online Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 25, 2022 - August 11, 2022 |

Where: | Online. |

Early Admission Exam Dates:
| March 5 & 6, 2022 (exam due on March 6) |

Regular Admission Exam Dates:
| May 7 & 8, 2022 (exam due on May 8) |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and qualifying exam. See Application Process below. |

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## Spring 2022 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 29 to May 8, 2022 |

MS A is appropriate for students who are new to problem-solving. In addition to having a strong interest in learning mathematics above and beyond the school curriculum, they should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, fractions, decimals, and percents. Topics and sample questions.

Note: Due to high interest, we are offering multiple sections of this course this semester. They constitute the same course but the “+” sections, when available, are taught at a deeper level and designed for students who have already taken this class 2 or more semesters in the past.

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays,January 29 to May 8, 2022 |

MS B is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and have some basic experience with algebra. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS A. Topics and sample questions.

Note: Due to high interest, we are offering multiple sections of this course this semester. They constitute the same course but the “+” sections, when available, are taught at a deeper level and designed for students who have already taken this class 2 or more semesters in the past.

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 29 to May 8, 2022 |

MS C is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and considerable experience with algebra including some exposure to Algebra 1. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS B. Topics to be covered include continued fractions, graph theory, and Vieta’s formulas. Topics and sample questions.

Note: Due to high interest, we are offering multiple sections of this course this semester. They constitute the same course but the “+” sections, when available, are taught at a deeper level and designed for students who have already taken this class 2 or more semesters in the past.

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 29 to May 8, 2022 |

HS A is appropriate for younger high school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 29 to May 8, 2022 |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, January 29 to May 8, 2022 |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have a deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem-solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm, January 29 to May 8, 2022 |

Where: | Online. |

College Bridge is a course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take higher-level mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics.

Dr. Ustinovskiy will cover some topics that typically appear on USAMO. These topics are not only useful for Olympiad participants but are also of intrinsic interest. There is a short placement test to identify suitable students. Topics.

Students already taking other classes may take this class as well if they meet the admission standards.

### MS Contest Topics

When: | Various Dates on Sundays |

**MS CONTEST WORKSHOP 1 TOPICS:**
arithmetic, algebra, geometry
(numeric/algebraic expressions/equations, percents/fractions, ratios/proportions, sequences/series/patterns, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, solid geometry)

**MS CONTEST WORKSHOP 2 TOPICS:**
number theory, counting & probability, statistics
(divisors/multiples, remainders/mods, counting, combinations/permutations, binomial probability, geometric probability, mean/median/mode/residues)

Please note that Workshop 2 assumes competence in algebra and geometry from Workshop 1, for topics like binomial probability and geometric probability.

### ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WORKSHOP

When: | Various Dates and Times on Sundays |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WORKSHOP | Amy Lee | Sundays, 10:00am to 11:00am | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 5/15, 5/22, 5/29, 6/5 (1pm to 3pm). |

**ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WORKSHOP**
Grades 5 and under. Topics covered will include those that feature in Kangaroo Math and MOEMS.

Three workshops taught by Amy Lee will be held from 10:00am to 11:00am on 5/15, 5/22, 5/29. Special presentation on 6/5, from 1pm to 3pm, by Jonathan Rolf @ National Security Agency (NSA) on Cryptanalysis 101. Attendance is mandatory.

### Topic Workshops

When: | December 2021 to January 2022 |

**Introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem**:
This 3-session workshop is for those who have not been exposed to the Pythagorean Theorem. It will include: an informal proof of the Pythagorean Theorem, a brief history of the Pythagorean Theorem, common Pythagorean triples and their multiples, determining whether or not a triangle is a right triangle, and application of the Pythagorean Theorem to find areas of composite figures. It will not include irrational numbers.

**Intermediate Pythagorean**: This 3-session workshop is for those who are familiar with Pythagorean triples It will include an informal proof of the Pythagorean theorem, special triangles, finding the third side of any right triangle, determining whether or not a triangle is a right triangle, and application of the Special triangles to find the area of composite figures. It will include irrational numbers.

**Intro to Graph Theory**:
In 1736, famous mathematician Leonhard Euler "solved" the Seven Bridges of Konigsberg puzzle and thereby gave birth to a new topic in math: Graph Theory. In this workshop, we'll introduce Graph Theory and discuss topics such as Euler Path, Isomorphism, Planar Graph, Kuratowski's Theorem, and Euler's Formula. We will explore various games and puzzles that are related to Graph Theory.

**Mass Point Geometry**:
This 3-session workshop is targeted at students who are fluent in the topics covered in Regents Geometry. In this workshop, we will see how Mass Points are related to medians, angle bisectors, and altitudes. We will use Mass Points to solve both AMC and AIME problems and to prove Ceva's Theorem and Menelaus' Theorem. If there is time, we may also solve some problems in 3D.

## Fall 2021 top

### Guest Speakers

When: | December 11, 2021. Please read the description of the workshop to make sure it is suitable for your child. Students are only allowed to register for one course. Priority is given to current NYMC students. |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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Fermat’s Last Theorem | Mervin Bierman | December 11, 2021 @ 1pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 12/11. |

**Guest Speakers from National Security Agency (NSA)**:
The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) leads the U.S. Government in cryptology that encompasses both signals intelligence (SIGINT) insights and cybersecurity products and services and enables computer network operations to gain a decisive advantage for the nation and our allies.

**Cryptanalysis 101**: Speaker: Jonathan Rolf. Target audience: Grades 4-6. Description: Students learn basic cryptology terminology and four classic encryption techniques plus the mathematics behind the cryptanalysis (frequency counts and cipher patterns). Students decrypt several messages using substitution and transposition techniques.

**Winning Games: Luck or Logic**: Speaker: Andrew Shue
Target audience: Grades 6-8 Description: Students are introduced to the basic concepts of game theory. They play familiar games such as tic-tac-toe and rock-paper- scissors and examine the strategies required to win or avoid losing. Students are also introduced to variations on these games and must extend their analysis to determine how to adapt winning strategies.

**Fermat’s Last Theorem**: Speaker: Mervin Bierman
Target audience: Grades 8-12 Description: Fermat’s Last Theorem is a demonstration of the differences among a conjecture, a proof, and a theorem. In Number Theory, Fermat’s Last Theorem states that no three positive integers a, b, and c can satisfy the equation an + bn = cn for any integer value of n greater than two. Students are offered two potential ‘answers’ and are asked to prove or disprove these solutions, demonstrating the rigor a proof must meet. SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR IS REQUIRED.

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, September 25, 2021 to December 5, 2021 |

MS A is appropriate for students who are new to problem-solving. In addition to having a strong interest in learning mathematics above and beyond the school curriculum, they should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, fractions, decimals, and percents. Topics and sample questions.

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, September 25, 2021 to December 5, 2021 |

MS B is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and have some basic experience with algebra. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS A. Topics and sample questions.

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, September 25, 2021 to December 5, 2021 |

MS C is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and considerable experience with algebra including some exposure to Algebra 1. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS B. Topics to be covered include continued fractions, graph theory, and Vieta’s formulas. Topics and sample questions.

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, September 25, 2021 to December 5, 2021 |

HS A is appropriate for younger high school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, September 25, 2021 to December 5, 2021 |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, September 25, 2021 - December 4, 2021 |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have a deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem-solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm, September 25, 2021 - December 4, 2021 |

Where: | Online. |

College Bridge is a course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take higher-level mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics.

Dr. Ustinovskiy will cover some topics that typically appear on USAMO. These topics are not only useful for Olympiad participants but are also of intrinsic interest. There is a short placement test to identify suitable students. Topics.

Students already taking other classes may take this class as well if they meet the admission standards.

### MS Contest Topics

When: | 11/14, 11/21,12/5 Sundays |

This mini-course consists of 3 workshops that cover topics encountered in Middle School Math Contests such as Mathcounts. Students who are not currently in our program should contact admin at info@nymathcircle.org. FREE registration for AMC 8 is included - email us for a registration link.

### HS Contest Topics

When: | 10/24,10/31, 11/7 Sundays |

This mini-course consists of 3 workshops that cover topics encountered in High School Math Contests such as AMC 10. FREE registration for AMC 10 is included - email us for a registration link.

### Topic Workshops

When: | December 4-19, 2021 |

**Introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem**:
This 3-session workshop is for those who have not been exposed to the Pythagorean Theorem. It will include: an informal proof of the Pythagorean Theorem, a brief history of the Pythagorean Theorem, common Pythagorean triples and their multiples, determining whether or not a triangle is a right triangle, and application of the Pythagorean Theorem to find areas of composite figures. It will not include irrational numbers.

**Intermediate Pythagorean**: This 3-session workshop is for those who are familiar with Pythagorean triples It will include an informal proof of the Pythagorean theorem, special triangles, finding the third side of any right triangle, determining whether or not a triangle is a right triangle, and application of the Special triangles to find the area of composite figures. It will include irrational numbers.

**Intro to Graph Theory**:
In 1736, famous mathematician Leonhard Euler "solved" the Seven Bridges of Konigsberg puzzle and thereby gave birth to a new topic in math: Graph Theory. In this workshop, we'll introduce Graph Theory and discuss topics such as Euler Path, Isomorphism, Planar Graph, Kuratowski's Theorem, and Euler's Formula. We will explore various games and puzzles that are related to Graph Theory.

**Mass Point Geometry**:
This 3-session workshop is targeted at students who are fluent in the topics covered in Regents Geometry. In this workshop, we will see how Mass Points are related to medians, angle bisectors, and altitudes. We will use Mass Points to solve both AMC and AIME problems and to prove Ceva's Theorem and Menelaus' Theorem. If there is time, we may also solve some problems in 3D.

## Summer 2021 top

### Online Summer MSHS Program

When: | July 12 - July 23, 2021, Monday - Friday |

Where: | Online. |

Instructor:
| Multiple. |

The Summer MSHS Math Circle is a weekday program for students entering grades 6-12 in the fall that runs for two weeks, four hours a day. A typical day consists of a class in the morning, followed by an offline, unsupervised one-hour lunch, and a class on a different topic in the afternoon. Instructors are very friendly and helpful. We do expect students to use their registration names and turn on their live videos during online class sessions. Virtual backgrounds are allowed.

MSA/MSA+: Geometry and Algebra to describe patterns

MSB/MSB+: Algebra and Graphing, and Math contest topics

MSC/MSC+: Continued Fractions, from Pythagorean triples to Fermat's last theorem for n=3 and n=4

HS Problem Solving: Math contest topics, and Algebra

New students are required to take a placement test. You will receive a link to download the exam after registering your child. Please submit the exam within 48 hours of registration. We will need to see FULL SOLUTIONS HANDWRITTEN.

Current students wishing to move up a section will also need to take a placement exam. Please email a request to us at info@nymathcircle.org

### Online Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 26, 2021 - August 12, 2021 |

Where: | Online. |

Early Admission Exam Dates:
| March 6 & 7, 2021 (exam due on March 7) |

Regular Admission Exam Dates:
| May 1 & 2, 2021 (exam due on May 2) |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and qualifying exam. See Application Process below. |

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The Online Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a casual setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. This program emphasizes problem-solving and posing, through a variety of fascinating topics in number theory, algebra, geometry, and more.

This program is appropriate for students wishing to acquire a deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

## Spring 2021 top

### Topic Workshops

When: | May 1 - 16, 2021 |

**Introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem**:
This 3-session workshop is for those who have not been exposed to the Pythagorean Theorem. It will include: an informal proof of the Pythagorean Theorem, a brief history of the Pythagorean Theorem, common Pythagorean triples and their multiples, determining whether or not a triangle is a right triangle, and application of the Pythagorean Theorem to find areas of composite figures. It will not include irrational numbers.

**Intermediate Pythagorean**: This 3-session workshop is for those who are familiar with Pythagorean triples It will include an informal proof of the Pythagorean theorem, special triangles, finding the third side of any right triangle, determining whether or not a triangle is a right triangle, and application of the Special triangles to find the area of composite figures. It will include irrational numbers.

**Exploding Dots Workshop**:
Exploding Dots is a construct of organized play and exploration to develop a deep sense of numeracy. Join us as we explore how “Exploding Dots,” James Tanton’s web-based project, can be used to enhance students’ understanding of place value and how to apply ideas of place value to binary numbers. Students will explore some of the introductory activities together, then break into smaller groups to examine the more complex applications.

**Probability Workshop**: The most important questions of life are, for the most part, really only problems of probability" - French mathematician Pierre-Simon Laplace.
This probability workshop will cover topics such as Axioms of probability, conditional probability, and Bayes' Theorem, random variables, and expected values. We will examine not only the mathematics of probability theory but also its applications in problem-solving through examples.
All students with basic algebra skills are welcome. Understanding of basic counting principles is preferred, but not required.

**Do We Understand Infinity?**:
We will begin with a trip down a memory lane by recounting multiple proofs of the infinitude of primes, including two proofs by Euclid and a proof by Erdos. Then we will switch gears and talk about paradoxes involving infinities, which will lead us to discussions about differences between finite and infinite sets. For example, if one finite set is a strict subset of another finite set, then the latter is larger than the former. However, this statement no longer holds for infinite sets and we will show why this is so. We will then move on to discussions about well-known infinite sets, like integers, even numbers, rational numbers, and real numbers, and will discuss the sizes of infinite sets. We will prove a theorem for comparing infinite sets and we will also prove that there are "more" real numbers than integers. We will prove some abstract theorems about infinite sets and, if time permits, will discuss multidimensional infinite sets and more general notions of infinity. This class has no prerequisites beyond Algebra II, but it will tackle abstract concepts, which may prove challenging to younger students.

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 9, 2021 to April 18, 2021 |

MS A is appropriate for students who are new to problem-solving. In addition to having a strong interest in learning mathematics above and beyond the school curriculum, they should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, fractions, decimals, and percents. Topics and sample questions.

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 9, 2021 to April 18, 2021 |

MS B is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and have some basic experience with algebra. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS A. Topics and sample questions.

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 9, 2021 to April 18, 2021 |

HS A is appropriate for younger high school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Topics and sample questions.

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 9, 2021 to April 18, 2021 |

MS C is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and considerable experience with algebra including some exposure to Algebra 1. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS B. Topics to be covered include continued fractions, graph theory, and Vieta’s formulas. Topics and sample questions.

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 9, 2021 to April 18, 2021 |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, January 9, 2021 - April 17, 2021 |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have a deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem-solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions. Here is a sample of Student Work

### College Bridge

When: | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm, January 10, 2021 - April 18, 2021 |

Where: | Online. |

College Bridge is a course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take higher-level mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics.

Dr. Ustinovskiy will cover some topics that typically appear on USAMO. These topics are not only useful for Olympiad participants but are also of intrinsic interest. There is a short placement test to identify suitable students. Topics.

Students already taking other classes may take this class as well if they meet the admission standards.

### HS Contest Topics

When: | 1/16, 1/23, 1/30 Saturdays Advanced, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31 Sundays Intermediate |

This mini-course consists of 3 workshops that cover topics encountered in High School Math Contests such as AMC 10 (Intermediate) and AMC 12 (Advanced).
NYMC is offering limited online seats for these two exams on February 10, 2021 - **priority will be given to students who attend these workshops. The deadline to ask for a seat is January 13**.

### MS Contest Topics

When: | 1/16, 1/23, 1/30 Saturdays Advanced, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31 Sundays Intermediate |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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INTERMEDIATE MS CONTEST TOPICS | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 1/17, 1/24, 1/31. |
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ADVANCED MS CONTEST TOPICS | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 1/16, 1/23, 1/30. |

This mini-course consists of 3 workshops that cover topics encountered in Middle School Math Contests such as Mathcounts. Students who are currently in MSB/B+ or MSC/C+ should take the advanced level whereas students in MSA/A+ should take the intermediate level. Students who are not currently in our program should contact admin at info@nymathcircle.org.

## Fall 2020 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Sep 26 to Dec 6, 2020 |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10am - 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |
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MSA | Leah Khevelev | Sundays 10am - 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |
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MSA+ | Amy Lee | Sundays 10am - 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |
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MSA | Amy Lee | Sundays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Sep 26 to Dec 6, 2020 |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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MSB+ | Amy Starks | Saturdays 10am - 12 pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |
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MSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |
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MSB+ | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 10am - 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |
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MSB | TBD | Sundays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Sep 26 to Dec 6, 2020 |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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MSC | Barry Weng | Sundays 10am - 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10am - 12 pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Sep 26 to Dec 6, 2020 |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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HSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |
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HSA | Daheng Shen | Sundays 10am - 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |
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HSA+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays, 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Sep 26 to Dec 6, 2020 |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |
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HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 10am - 12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, Sep 26 to Dec 6, 2020 |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 1pm - 3pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, 11/14,11/21, |

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Sep 26 to Dec 6, 2020 |

Where: | Online. |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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College Bridge | Dr. Ustinovskiy | Sundays 10am-12pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15,11/22, |

### MS Contest Topics

When: | 10/17-11/8 |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
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ADVANCED MS CONTEST TOPICS | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 10/17,10/24,10/31. |
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INTERMEDIATE MS CONTEST TOPICS | Natalia Lukina | Sundays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | ONLINE | ||

Location: Online.Schedule: 10/18, 11/1, 11/8. |

This mini-course consists of 3 workshops that cover topics encountered in Middle School Math Contests such as MATHCOUNTS and AMC 8. MSA students should go into the intermediate level, and MSB/MSC students should register for the Advanced level. Students not in our program should take the appropriate placement test.

## Summer 2020 top

### Online Summer MSHS Program

When: | July 6 - July 17, 2020, Monday - Friday |

Where: | Online. |

Instructor:
| Multiple. |

Locations: | |

ONLINE: |
Online |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado & Amy Lee | Mondays to Fridays 10:00am - 3:00pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado & Amy Lee | Mondays to Fridays 10:00am - 3:00pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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MSB/MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz & Aziz Jumash | Mondays to Fridays, 11:00am to 4:00 pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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MSB/MSB+ | Aziz Jumash & Jan Siwanowicz | Mondays to Fridays, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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MSB/MSB+ | Aziz Jumash & Jan Siwanowicz | Mondays to Fridays, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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MSC/MSC+ | Misha Shklyar | Mondays to Fridays, 11:00 am to 4:00pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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HS Problem-Solving | Sheila Miller & Daheng Shen | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am - 3:00pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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HS Problem-Solving | Daheng Shen & Sheila Miller | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am - 3:00pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |
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HS Problem-Solving | Daheng Shen & Sheila Miller | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am - 3:00pm | ONLINE | — | |

Location: Online.Schedule: 7/6-7/17. |

The Summer MSHS Math Circle is a weekday program for students entering grades 6-12 in the fall that runs for two weeks, four hours a day. A typical day consists of a class in the morning, followed by an offline, unsupervised one hour lunch, and a class on a different topic in the afternoon. Instructors are very friendly and helpful. We do expect students to use their registration name and turn on their live video during online class sessions. Virtual backgrounds are allowed.

MSA/MSA+: Geometry and Algebra to describe patterns

MSB/MSB+: Algebra and Graphing, and Math contest topics

MSC/MSC+: Circle, Numbers and Counting, and Math contest topics

HS Problem Solving: Math contest topics, and Algebra

New students are required to take a placement test. You will receive a link to download the exam after registering your child. Please submit the exam within 48 hours of registration. We will need to see FULL SOLUTIONS HANDWRITTEN.

Current students wishing to move up a section will also need to take a placement exam. Please email a request to us at info@nymathcircle.org

### Online Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 20 - August 6, 2020, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. (Offline unsupervised lunch break from 12-1 pm) |

Where: | Online. |

Exam Dates:
| May 9 (exam due on May 10) |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and qualifying exam. See Application Process below. |

July/August 2020 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

The Online Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a casual setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. This program emphasizes problem-solving and posing, through a variety of fascinating topics in number theory, algebra, geometry, and more.

This program is appropriate for students wishing to acquire a deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

## Spring 2020 top

### HS Advanced Contest Topics

When: | Saturday 1/25 3:30 to 5:30pm, Sunday 1/26 3:00 to 5:00 pm |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HS Advanced CONTEST TOPICS | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturday 3:30 to 5:30 pm, Sunday 3:00 to 5:00 pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25 & 1/26. |

### HS Intermediate Contest Topics

When: | Saturday 1/25 3:30 to 5:30pm, Sunday 1/26 3:00 to 5:00 pm |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | |||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HS Intermediate CONTEST TOPICS | Misha Shklyar | Saturday 3:30 to 5:30 pm, Sunday 3:00 to 5:00 pm | NYU | ||

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25 & 1/26. |

This is a continuation of last semester's course consisting of 2 workshops covering more topics that will be encountered in intermediate level High School Math Contests (such as AMC 10). Students need to be in HSA or higher - new students will have to take the HSA placement test.

### Elementary School Workshop

When: | Saturday 2/1 or 2/8 3:45pm to 5:00pm |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 412. |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Intro to Integers | Maggie Feurtado | Saturday, 2/8 3:45pm to 5:15pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/8. |
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Intro to Integers | Maggie Feurtado | Saturday, 2/1 3:45pm to 5:15pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/1. |

This is a REPEAT of the Fall 2019 Workshop and students who attended that workshop should not register for this one.

The theme of this workshop is an introduction to negative and positive whole numbers and zero. The 90-minute workshop will be interactive. The students (grades 2-4) working alone and in groups will learn the meaning and relative value of integers, and will use number lines to add integers and discover patterns. They will also work on real-world examples involving the addition of integers.

### Elementary School Workshop

When: | Saturday 2/29 or 3/7 or 4/4 3:45pm to 5:15pm |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 412. |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Integers 2 | Maggie Feurtado | Saturday, 2/29 3:45pm to 5:15pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/29. |
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Integers 2 | Maggie Feurtado | Saturday, 3/7 3:45pm to 5:15pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 3/7. |
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Integers 2 | Maggie Feurtado | Saturday, 4/4 3:45pm to 5:15pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 4/4. |

In this interactive class, students will use a number line to add and subtract integers. Students may recognize patterns that allow them to add and subtract integers without the number line. Students will solve integer word problems and play a game involving addition of integers.

### MS Contest Topics

When: | Saturday 1/25 3:30 to 5:30pm, Sunday 1/26 3:00 to 5:00 pm |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

ADVANCED MS CONTEST TOPICS | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturday 3:30pm to 5:30pm, Sunday 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 1/26. |
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INTERMEDIATE MS CONTEST TOPICS | Anna Kudlash | Saturday 3:30pm to 5:30pm, Sunday 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 1/26. |

This is a new course consisting of 2 workshops that cover topics encountered in Middle School Math Contests such as MATHCOUNTS. MSA students should go into the intermediate level, and MSB/MSC students should register for the Advanced level. Students not in our program should take the appropriate placement test.

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 25 to May 17, 2020 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

TANDON: |
NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, |
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, |
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MSA | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | TANDON | JAB773 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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MSA+ | Anna Kudlash | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 25 to May 17, 2020 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB+ | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 25 to May 17, 2020 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, |

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 25 to May 17, 2020 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays, 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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HSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, |
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HSA | Daheng Shen | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 25 to May 17, 2020 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, Jan 25 to May 17, 2020 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions.

### College Bridge

When: | Sundays, 10:00 to 12:00pm |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

College Bridge | Dr. Ustinovskiy | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |

Dr. Ustinovskiy will cover some topics that typically appear on USAMO. These topics are not only useful for Olympiad participants but are also of intrinsic interest. There is a short placement test to identify suitable students.

## Fall 2019 top

### HS Advanced Contest Topics

When: | Saturdays,12/7 & 12/14 3:30pm to 5:30pm |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HS Adavnced CONTEST TOPICS | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays, 12/7 & 12/14 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 12/7. 12/14. |

### HS Intermediate Contest Topics

When: | Saturdays,12/7 & 12/14 3:30pm to 5:30pm |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HS Intermediate CONTEST TOPICS | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays, 12/7 & 12/14 | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 12/7. 12/14. |

This is a new course consisting of 2 workshops this semester that cover topics encountered in intermediate level High School Math Contests (such as AMC 10). Students need to be in HSA or higher - new students will have to take the HSA placement test.

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, October 5 to Dec 15, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

TANDON: |
NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |
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MSA+ | Amy Lee | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | TANDON | RH203 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |
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MSA | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | TANDON | RH213 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |
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MSA+ | Leah Khevelev | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, October 5 to Dec 15, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB+ | Amy Starks | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |
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MSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 1:00pm - 3:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |
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MSB | Patricia Yee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |

### Elementary School Workshop

When: | Saturdays,12/7 3:30pm to 5:00pm |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 412. |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Elementary School Workshop | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays, 2/8 3:30pm to 5pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/8. |

The theme of this workshop is an introduction to negative and positive whole numbers and zero. The 90-minute workshop will be interactive. The students (grades 2-4) working alone and in groups will learn the meaning and relative value of integers, and will use number lines to add integers and discover patterns. They will also work on real-world examples involving the addition of integers.

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, October 5 to Dec 15, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Barry Weng | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |

### MS Contest Topics

When: | Saturdays,10/26, 11/2, 11/9 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS CONTEST TOPICS | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/26, 11/2, 11/9. |
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MS CONTEST TOPICS | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/26, 11/2, 11/9. |

This is a new course consisting of 3 workshops that cover topics encountered in Middle School Math Contests. Students who have taken or are taking MSB or MSC are welcome to register; other students will have to take the MSB placement test.

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, October 5 to Dec 15, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays, 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |
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HSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |
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HSA | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, October 5 to Dec 15, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, |
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, Oct 5 to Dec 14, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions.

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays, October 5 to Dec 14, 2019 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

College Bridge | Dr. Ustinovskiy | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, |

Dr. Ustinovskiy will cover some topics that typically appear on USAMO. These topics are not only useful for Olympiad participants but are also of intrinsic interest. There is a short placement test to identify suitable students.

## Summer 2019 top

### Summer MSHS Program

When: | July 8 - July 19, 2019, Monday - Friday |

Where: | Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY (map). Room TBA. |

Instructor:
| Multiple. |

Locations: | |

STUY: |
Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA | Maggie Feurtado & Amy Lee | Mondays to Fridays 10:00am - 3:00pm | STUY | 433 | $750 | |

Location: Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY
(map).Schedule: 7/8 - 7/19. |
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MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado & Amy Lee | Mondays to Fridays 10:00am - 3:00pm | STUY | 435 | $750 | |

Location: Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY
(map).Schedule: 7/8 - 7/19. |
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MSB/MSB+ | Amy Starks | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am to 3:00pm | STUY | 437 | $750 | |

Location: Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY
(map).Schedule: 7/8 - 7/19. |
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MSC/MSC+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am to 3:00pm | STUY | 439 | $750 | |

Location: Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY
(map).Schedule: 7/8 - 7/19. |
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HS Problem-Solving | Sheila Miller | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am - 3:00pm | STUY | 440 | $750 | |

Location: Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY
(map).Schedule: 7/8 - 7/19. |
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High School Math Contest Topics | Sheila Miller | Mondays to Fridays, 3:30pm to 5:30pm | STUY | 440 | $375 | |

Location: Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY
(map).Schedule: 7/8 - 7/19. |

The Summer MSHS Math Circle is a weekday program for students entering grades 6-12 in the fall that runs for two weeks, five hours a day. A typical day consists of a class in the morning, followed by lunch (provided by students’ parents), and a class on a different topic in the afternoon. Instructors are very friendly and helpful, and the atmosphere is open and collaborative.

Students are expected to work hard in the program, but also to have fun. Early drop-off (9-10am) and late pick-up (3-6pm) are also available at no added cost. The late pick-up session will consist of mathematical games and videos.

MSA/MSA+: Geometry and Algebra to describe patterns

MSB/MSB+: Math contest topics, and Transformations and Symmetries

MSC/MSC+: Math contest topics, and Graph Theory

HS Problem Solving: Math contest topics, and Algebra

Current students wishing to move up a section will also need to take a placement exam. Please email us at info@nymathcircle.org

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 22 - August 8, 2019, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | Stuyvesant High School, 345 Chambers Street, New York, NY (map). |

Early Admission Test Dates:
| Saturday, March 9, and Sunday, March 10, 2019 |

Regular Admission Test Dates:
| Saturday, April 6, and Sunday, April 7, 2019 |

Late Admission Test Dates:
| Saturday, May 4, and Sunday, May 5, 2019 |

(apply by April 28) LEVELS B & C OPEN. LEVEL A CLOSED.
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Application Requirements:
| Completed application and qualifying exam. See Application Process below. |

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The Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a casual setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. This program emphasizes problem solving and posing, through a variety of fascinating topics in number theory, algebra, geometry, and more.

This program is appropriate for students wishing to acquire deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

## Spring 2019 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 26 to May 5, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

TANDON: |
NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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MSA+ | Amy Lee | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | TANDON | RH203 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSA | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | TANDON | RH203 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSA+ | Leah Khevelev | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 26 to May 5, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB+ | Amy Starks | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSB | Patricia Yee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 26 to May 5, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 26 to May 5, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA | Barry Weng | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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HSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |
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HSA | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Jan 26 to May 5, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Proof-writing will be an important component of this course. Topics and sample questions.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, Jan 26 to May 4, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Topics and sample questions.

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays, Jan 26 to May 4, 2019 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

College Bridge | Drs. Gomprecht & Ustinovskiy | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, |

Dr. Gomprecht will cover advanced geometry topics that appear on mathematical olympiads such as USAMO and IMO. These topics are not only useful for Olympiad participants but are also of intrinsic interest. There is a short placement test to identify suitable students.

The second part of the course will be given by Dr. Ustinovskiy on Number Theory.

## Fall 2018 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Oct 6 - Dec 16, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

TANDON: |
NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |
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MSA+ | Amy Lee | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | TANDON | RH203 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, |
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MSA | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | TANDON | RH203 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, |
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MSA+ | Leah Khevelev | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Oct 6 - Dec 16, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |
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MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, |
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MSB | Patricia Yee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, |

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Oct 6 - Dec 16, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Oct 6 - Dec 16, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA | Barry Weng | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |
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HSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |
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HSA | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, |

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, Oct 6 - Dec 16, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, |
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Topics and sample questions.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays, Jan 26 to May 4, 2019 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays, October 6 - Dec 15, 2018 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

College Bridge | Misha Sklyar & Professor Lisa Hartung | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, |

Misha Sklyar will teach "Algebra topics found in USAMO," where we use USAMO questions as a resource for teaching advanced algebra topics. There is a short placement test to identify suitable students.

The second part of the course will be given by Professor Hartung on Probability.

## Summer 2018 top

### HS Summer Program EXAM

When: | Saturday, June 16, 9am to 12pm |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HS Summer Program EXAM | EXAM | Saturday, June 16, 9am to 12pm | NYU | 1302 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: Click on a course to see schedule details.. |

### Summer Middle School A/A+

When: | July 9 - July 20, 2018, Monday - Friday |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA/MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Mondays to Fridays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |
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MSA/MSA+ | Amy Lee | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |
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MSA/MSA+ | Amy Lee | Mondays to Fridays, 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |
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MSA/MSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Mondays to Fridays, 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 102 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |

MS A is appropriate for students who are new to problem-solving. In addition to having a strong interest in learning mathematics above and beyond the school curriculum, they should be well-versed in arithmetic, including "order of operations", fractions, decimals, and percents. The AM sessions will cover various elementary topics in Geometry; the PM session will cover the use of algebra to describe patterns.

### Summer Middle School B/B+

When: | July 9 - July 20, 2018, Monday - Friday |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB/MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |
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MSB/MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Mondays to Fridays, 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |

MS B is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and have some basic experience with algebra. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS A.

The AM session will cover algebraic topics in coordinate geometry. The PM session will cover right angles in geometry.### Summer Middle School C/C+

When: | July 9 - July 20, 2018, Monday - Friday |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Misha Shklyar | Mondays to Fridays, 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |

MS C is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and considerable experience with algebra including some exposure to Algebra 1. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS B. Topics to be covered include continued fractions, graph theory, and Vieta’s formulas.

### Summer HS Intro

When: | July 9 - July 20, 2018, Monday - Friday |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 517. |

Instructor:
| Sheila Miller. |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Summer HS Intro | Sheila Miller | Mondays to Fridays, 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |
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Summer HS Intro | Sheila Miller | Mondays to Fridays, 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |
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Summer HS Intro | Sheila Miller | Mondays to Fridays, 3:30pm to 5:30pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |

### Summer LATE PICKUP

When: | Mondays to Fridays, 3:00pm to 6:00pm |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 101. |

Instructor:
| Alison Aun. |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Summer LATE PICKUP | Alison Aun | Mondays to Fridays, 3:00pm to 6:00pm | NYU | 102 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 7/9 - 7/20. |

Late pickup - Mathematical Activities

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 23 - August 9, 2018, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Third Qualifying exam:
| Saturday, April 21 2018 (apply by April 19). |

Fourth Qualifying exam:
| Sunday, April 22 2018 (apply by April 19). |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and qualifying exam. See Application Process below. |

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The Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a casual setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. This program emphasizes problem solving and posing, through a variety of fascinating topics in number theory, algebra, geometry, and more.

This program is appropriate for students wishing to acquire deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

## Spring 2018 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays January 27, 2018 to May 20, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

TANDON: |
NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSA+ | Leah Khevelev | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSA | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | QC | D135 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSA+ | Amy Lee | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | TANDON | RH213 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSA | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | TANDON | RH213 | |

Location: NYU Tandon, 6 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays January 27, 2018 to May 20, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSB | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSB+ | Patricia Yee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSB | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | QC | D135 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays and Sundays January 27, 2018 to May 20, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 27, 2018 to May 20, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |
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HSA | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |
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HSA | Barry Weng | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays, January 27, 2018 to May 20, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, |
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. Topics and sample questions.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays January 27, 2018 to May 19, 2018 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays January 27, 2018 to May 19, 2018 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

College Bridge | Jan Siwanowicz and Professor Pogudin | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 1/27, 2/3, 2/10, |

College Bridge is a new course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take advanced mathematics classes in college. Emphasis will be on proof-writing and examination of underlying structures in mathematics.

Jan Siwanowicz will teach "Bases in Mathematical Spaces", looking at how bases occur naturally in different mathematical contexts. Some knowledge of Linear Algebra would be beneficial.

Professor Pogudin from NYU will talk about approximating and representing real-world data with polynomials using, for example, interpolation at cleverly chosen nodes or splines. Students should have a working knowledge of Python.

Students will be required to take a placement test and to provide a reference from a teacher or NYMC instructor to complete registration. Students already taking other classes may take this class as well if they meet the admission standards.

## Fall 2017 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays September 16, 2017 to December 3, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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MSA | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 11:00am to 1:00pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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MSA+ | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 1:30pm to 3:30pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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MSA | Amy Lee | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, |
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MSA+ | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, |
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MSA/B | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm | QC | Science Bldg, D133 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, |

MS A is appropriate for students who are new to problem-solving. In addition to having a strong interest in learning mathematics above and beyond the school curriculum, they should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, fractions, decimals, and percents. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays September 16, 2017 to December 3, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 11:00am to 1:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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MSB | Patricia Yee | Saturdays 1:30pm to 3:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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MSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, |
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MSB | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 10:00 am to 12:00 pm | QC | TBA | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, |

MS B is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and have some basic experience with algebra. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS A. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays September 16, 2017 to December 2, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:00am to 1:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |

MS C is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and considerable experience with algebra including some exposure to Algebra 1. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS B. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays September 16, 2017 to December 3, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA+ | Pei-Hsin Lin | Saturdays 10:00am to 12:00pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |
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HSA | Barry Weng | Sundays 11:00am to 1:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, |
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HSA | Aziz Jumash | Saturdays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |

HS A is appropriate for younger high school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays September 16, 2017 to December 3, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, |
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 12:30pm to 2:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. They should be able to solve most of the following: problems.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays September 16, 2017 to December 2, 2017 |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Students are expected to be able to solve most of the following: problems.

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays September 23, 2017 to December 2, 2017 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

College Bridge | Misha Shklyar and Dr. Angelika Manhart | Saturdays 3:30pm to 5:30/6pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, |

College Bridge is a new course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take advanced mathematics classes in college. It will provide preparation for the formal theorem/proof approach taken in college by examining underlying structures and developing proof-writing skills.

Misha will teach Complex Variables - we will begin by solving geometry problems using Complex Analysis and will proceed to some well-known theorems and their applications, culminating with the proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Dr. Angelika Manhart, an NYU Post-doc, will teach Mathematical Modeling - we will discuss how mathematical models can be used to describe phenomena in the real world and what their limitations are.

Students will be required to take a placement test at home which they can submit by email; they will also be required to provide a reference either from their High School teacher or their NYMC instructor to complete registration. Students already taking other classes may take this class as well if they meet the admission standards.

## Summer 2017 top

### Middle School A

When: | June 24 - August 6, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS A | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10am - 12pm. Dates: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5. |
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MS A+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm Dates: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5. |
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MS A | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 10am - 12pm. Dates: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |
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MS A+ | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm. Dates: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |

MS A is appropriate for students who are new to problem-solving. In addition to having a strong interest in learning mathematics above and beyond the school curriculum, they should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, fractions, decimals, and percents. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### Middle School B

When: | June 24 - August 6, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS B+ | Thomas Redis | Saturdays 10:00am - 12pm, Dates: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5. |
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MS B | Amy Lee | Sundays 10:00am - 12pm, Dates: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |

MS B is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and have some basic experience with algebra. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS A. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### Middle School C

When: | June 24 - August 6, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS C | Thomas Redis | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Dates: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/24, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5. |

MS C is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and considerable experience with algebra including some exposure to Algebra 1. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS B. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 17 - August 3, 2017, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

First placement exam:
| Saturday, March 4, 2017 (apply by February 28). |

Second placement exam:
| Sunday, March 5, 2017 (apply by February 28). |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and placement exam. See Application Process below. |

July 2017 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5

The Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a casual setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. This program emphasizes problem solving and posing, through a variety of fascinating topics in number theory, algebra, geometry, and more.

This program is appropriate for students wishing to acquire deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

## Spring 2017 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays February 4 - May 21, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSA+ | Anna Kudlash | Saturdays 10:30am - 12:30pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSA | Sheila Miller | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |
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MSA | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |
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MSA+ | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 12:30am - 2:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |
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MSA+ QC | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm | QC | Science Bldg D135 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |

MS A is appropriate for students who are new to problem-solving. In addition to having a strong interest in learning mathematics above and beyond the school curriculum, they should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, fractions, decimals, and percents. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays February 4 - May 21, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSB+ | Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSB | Patricia Yee | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSB | Sheila Miller | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |

MS B is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and have some basic experience with algebra. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS A. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays February 4 - May 20, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 10:30am - 12:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2:00-4:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |

MS C is appropriate for students who have strong arithmetic skills and considerable experience with algebra including some exposure to Algebra 1. They should have the equivalent of 2-4 semesters of MS B. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays February 4 - May 21, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA | Sebastian Stoenescu | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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HSA+ | Sebastian Stoenescu | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |
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HSA | Barry Weng | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |
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HSA QC | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 12:00pm - 2:00pm | QC | Science Bldg D133 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |

HS A is appropriate for younger high school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays February 4 - May 21, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/5, 2/12, |
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HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. They should be able to solve most of the following: problems.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays February 4 - May 20, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays, 11:30-1:30pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Students are expected to be able to solve most of the following: problems.

### College Bridge

When: | Saturdays February 4 - June 3, 2017 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

College Bridge | Larry Zimmerman, David Gomprecht, Misha Shklyar and Jan Siwanowicz | Saturdays 4:30pm - 6:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 2/4, 2/11, |

College Bridge is a new course designed to challenge our most advanced students who plan to take advanced mathematics classes in college. It will provide preparation for the formal theorem/proof approach taken in college by examining underlying structures and developing proof-writing skills. Three instructors will teach three topics (calculus, set theory and abstract algebra) after an introductory session by Larry Zimmerman. Students will be required to take a placement test at home which they can submit by email; they will also be required to provide a reference either from their High School teacher or their NYMC instructor to complete registration. Students already taking other classes may take this class as well if they meet the admission standards.

## Fall 2016 top

### Middle School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays Sep 17-Dec 18 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSA | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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MSA+ | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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MSA | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/18, |
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MSA+ | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 12:30am - 2:30pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/18, |
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MSA | Sheila Miller | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/18, |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays Sep 17-Dec 18 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSB | Thomas Redis | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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MSB+ | Thomas Redis | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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MSB | Patricia Yee | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 412 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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MSB | Amy Lee | Sundays 12:30 - 2:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/18, |

### Middle School C

When: | Saturdays Sep 17-Dec 17 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MSC | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 10:30 - 12:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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MSC+ | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |

### High School A

When: | Saturdays and Sundays Sep 17-Dec 18 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSA | Sebastian Stoenescu | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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HSA+ | Sebastian Stoenescu | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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HSA | Barry Weng | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/18, |
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HSA-QC | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 12:00pm - 2:00pm | QC | B145 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 9/18, |

HS A is appropriate for younger high school students who may be new to problem-solving. They should be comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. They should be able to solve the following: problems.

### High School B

When: | Saturdays and Sundays Sep 17-Dec 18 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

HSB+ | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |
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HSB | Jan Siwanowicz | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/18, |

HS B Students are expected to have completed the equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required. They should be able to solve most of the following: problems.

### High School C

When: | Saturdays Sep 17-Dec 17 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
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HSC | David Gomprecht | Saturdays, 11:30-1:30pm | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 9/17, |

HS C Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an important role. Students are expected to be able to solve most of the following: problems.

## Summer 2016 top

### Middle School A

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS A-1 | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 10:00am - 12pm, June 25 - August 6, 2016 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |
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MS A-2 | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 10:00am - 12pm, June 26 - August 7, 2016 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |
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MS A-3 | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, June 25 - August 6, 2016 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |
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MS A-4 | Thomas Redis | Saturdays 12:30 - 2:30pm, June 25 - August 6, 2016 | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |

### Middle School B

When: | Saturdays, June 25 - August 6, 2016 |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS B-1 | Thomas Redis | Saturdays 10:00am - 12pm, June 25 - August 6, 2016 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |
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MS B-2 | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 12:30-2:30pm, June 26 - August 7, 2016 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |

### Middle School C

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS C-1 | Ashvin Jaishankar | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, June 25 - August 6, 2016 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map).Schedule: 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6. |

### Middle School Circle at NYU (Sundays)

When: | Sundays, June 26 - August 7, 2016 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

The Middle School Circle is open to all middle school students with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. We aim to improve the students’ reasoning and problem solving skills.

Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the grade levels of the student. As mathematical preparation in students varies, this is somewhat flexible. Please also take a look at the sample problems provided for each level. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### Middle School Circle at NYU (Saturdays)

When: | Saturdays, June 25 - August 6, 2016 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

The Middle School Circle is open to all middle school students with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. We aim to improve the students’ reasoning and problem solving skills.

Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the grade levels of the student. As mathematical preparation in students varies, this is somewhat flexible. Please also take a look at the sample problems provided for each level. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 11 - July 28, 2016, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

First placement exam:
| Saturday, March 5, 2016 (apply by February 28). |

Second placement exam:
| Sunday, March 6, 2016 (apply by February 28). |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and placement exam. See Application Process below. |

July 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

## Spring 2016 top

### Saturday Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 6 to May 21, 2016 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-1 | Maggie Feurtado | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 6 - May 21, 2016. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-2 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 6 to May 21, 2016 | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-1 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 6 - May 21, 2016. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-2 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Feb 6 - May 21, 2016. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-1 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 6 - May 21, 2016. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-2 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 6 - May 21, 2016. | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

The Middle School Circle is open to enthusiastic students below 9th grade with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for middle school students of varying levels. Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, recursion, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### Sunday Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Sundays, Feb 7 to May 22, 2016 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-3 | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm, Feb 7 - May 22, 2016. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-4 | Mila Martynovsky | Sundays 12:30am - 2:30pm, Feb 7- May 22, 2016. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-3 | Thomas Redis | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Feb 7-May 22, 2016 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

The Middle School Circle is open to all middle school students with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. We aim to improve the students’ reasoning and problem solving skills.

Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, recursion, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

### Saturday High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 6 to May 21, 2016 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A-2 | Fred Galli | Saturdays 2:00 - 4:00pm, Feb 6 to May 21, 2016 | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B-1 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 6 to May 21, 2016 | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B-2 | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 2:00 - 4:00pm, Feb 6 to May 21, 2016 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Feb 6 o May 21, 2016 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

The High School Circle is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. The topics include number theory, algebra, geometry, combinatorics, and more. The courses also address subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout. If in doubt, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### Sunday High School Circle at NYU

When: | Sundays, Feb 7 to May 22, 2016 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A-1 | Thomas Redis | Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm, Feb 7 to May 22, 2016 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle A-3 | Barry Weng | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Feb 6 to May 21, 2016 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

The High School Circle is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. The topics include number theory, algebra, geometry, combinatorics, and more. The courses also address subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout. If in doubt, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### High School Circle D

When: | Select Sundays, 10am-2pm, Spring 2016 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 312. |

Instructor:
| various NYMC and non-NYMC instructors. |

The Level D Course is intended for the most experienced problem solvers. The course will cover Olympad-level topics with an emphasis on proof writing, as well as introduce students to college level Mathematics, including Analysis, Abstract Algebra and Linear Algebra. It's appropriate for students who have taken the USAMO, USAJMO, or equivalent, or students recommended by a NY Math Circle instructor. (If this applies to you, please contact us at info@nymathcircle.org for possible placement.) Lunch will be included in each session. Students are expected to be able to solve most of the following: placement problems.

### Sunday Middle & High School Circles at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Feb 7 to May 22, 2016 |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

QC Middle School A-5 | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 10am - 12pm, Feb 7 to May 22, 2016 | QC | TBA | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School B-4 | Fred Galli | Sundays 10am - 12pm, Feb 7 to May 22,2016 | QC | D135 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |

The Middle School Circle is open to enthusiastic students below 9th grade with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for middle school students of varying levels. Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, recursion, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

The High School Circle is open to enthusiastic high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. The topics include number theory, algebra, geometry, combinatorics, and more. The courses also address subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout. If in doubt, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

## Fall 2015 top

### Sunday Middle & High School Circles at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Sep 20 - Dec 13, 2015. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

QC Middle School A-4 | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 10am - 12pm, Sept 20 - Dec 13, 2015 | QC | Science Bldg B145 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School B-3 | Fred Galli | Sundays 10am - 12pm, Sept 20 - Dec 13, 2015 | QC | Science Bldg D133 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC High School A | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Sep 20 - Dec 13, 2015 | QC | Science Bldg B145 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map).Schedule: 9/20, |

The Middle School Circle is open to enthusiastic students below 9th grade with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for middle school students of varying levels. Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, recursion, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

The High School Circle is open to enthusiastic high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sept 19 - Dec 19, 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-1 | Kovan Pillai | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 19 - Dec 12, 2015. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-2 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 19 - Dec 12, 2015. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-1 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 19 - Dec 12, 2015. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-2 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Sept 19 - Dec 12, 2015. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-1 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 19 - Dec 12, 2015. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-2 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 19 - Dec 12, 2015. | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Sunday Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Sundays, Sept 20 - Dec 13, 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-3 | Thomas Redis | Sundays 10:00am - 12:00pm, Sept 20 - Dec 13, 2015. | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, recursion, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sep 19 - Dec 19, 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A-1 | Fred Galli | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 19 - Dec 12, 2015 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B-1 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 19 - Dec 12, 2015 | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B-2 | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 2:00 - 4:00pm, Sep 19 - Dec 12, 2015 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Sep 19 - Dec 12, 2015 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

The High School Circle is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

### Sunday High School Circle at NYU

When: | Sundays, Sept 20 - Dec 13, 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A-2 | Barry Weng | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Sept 20 - Dec 13, 2015. | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

The High School Circle is open to enthusiastic high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum.

### High School Circle D

When: | Select Sundays, 10am-2pm, Fall 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 312. |

Instructor:
| Larry Zimmerman and others. |

The Level D Course is intended for the most experienced problem solvers. The course will cover Olympad-level topics with an emphasis on proof writing, as well as introduce students to college level Mathematics, including Analysis, Abstract Algebra and Linear Algebra. It's appropriate for students who have taken the USAMO, USAJMO, or equivalent, or students recommended by a NY Math Circle instructor. (If this applies to you, please contact us at info@nymathcircle.org for possible placement.) Lunch will be included in each session. Students are expected to be able to solve most of the following: placement problems.

## Summer 2015 top

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | June 29 - July 16, 2015, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

First placement exam:
| Saturday, March 7, 2015 (apply by March 1). |

Second placement exam:
| Sunday, March 8, 2015 (apply by March 1). |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and placement exam. See Application Process below. |

June/July 2015 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, July 11 - August 15, 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

MS A-1 | Ashvin Jaishankar | Saturdays 10:00am - 12pm, July 11 - August 15, 2015 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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MS A-2 | Ashvin Jaishankar | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, July 11 - August 15, 2015 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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MS B-1 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 10:00am - 12pm, July 11 - August 15, 2015 | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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MS B-2 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, July 11 - August 15, 2015 | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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MS C-1 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, July 11 - August 15, 2015 | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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MS C-2 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10:00 - 12pm, July 11 - August 15, 2015 | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the grade levels of the student. As mathematical preparation in students varies, this is somewhat flexible. Please also take a look at the sample problems provided for each level. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

## Spring 2015 top

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Feb 8 - May 17, 2015. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

QC Middle School Circle, grades 5-6 | Anna Kudlash | Sundays 10am - 12pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2015 | QC | Powdermaker Hall 154 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 7-8 | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2015 | QC | Powdermaker Hall 154 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |

The NYMC classes at Queens College are open to enthusiastic students in grades 5-8 with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

Students should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents. For grades 7-8, students should also have basic algebraic skills. Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the last New York State Math Exam) are expected. These courses are appropriate for both new and returning students (as they will each cover new material).

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the grade levels of the student. As mathematical preparation in students varies, this is somewhat flexible. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-1 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-2 | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-3 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-1 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-2 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 2:00pm - 4:00pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-1 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-2 | Kovan Pillai | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Topics will include basic number theory, geometry, combinatorics, probability, sequences, recursion, and induction. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the grade levels of the student. As mathematical preparation in students varies, this is somewhat flexible. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

Please consider registering for the Queens Math Circle (above), which is also at the middle school level.

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A-1 | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle A-2 | Misha Shklyar | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015 | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B-1 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015 | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B-2 | Fred Galli | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015 | NYU | 1314 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 7 - May 16, 2015 | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. The topics include number theory, algebra, geometry, combinatorics, and more. The courses also address subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout.

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the age and grade level of the student, but this is less important than mathematical preparation: there are high school juniors and sometimes seniors in our Math Circle A, enjoying mathematics right alongside freshmen and sophomores, as well as younger students who are ready for the challenges of our Math Circles B and C. If in doubt, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### High School Circle D

When: | Select Sundays, 10am-2pm, Spring 2015 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 312. |

Instructor:
| Stan Kats and others. |

The Level D Course is intended for the most experienced problem solvers. The course will cover Olympad-level topics with an emphasis on proof writing, as well as introduce students to college level Mathematics, including Analysis, Abstract Algebra and Linear Algebra. It's appropriate for students who have taken the USAMO, USAJMO, or equivalent, or students recommended by a NY Math Circle instructor. (If this applies to you, please contact us at info@nymathcircle.org for possible placement.) Lunch will be included in each session.

### Gems from Geometry

When: | Saturdays 10am - 4pm, May 2 and 9. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 202. |

Instructor:
| Larry Zimmerman. |

A short but scenic voyage slightly outside of the usual realm of secondary school Plane Euclidean Geometry. Highlights include a wealth of sources and resources together with a complement of delightful problems, surprising results and a collection of very useful theorems. Some topics - Collinearity and Concurrency, Cyclic Polygons and Ptolemy’s Theorem, Special Points and Lines associated with Triangles, Circles, Surprising Consequences of the Pythagorean Theorem, and more.

This is a workshop primarily designed for teachers, but we welcome student participants with a strong interest in Geometry. **PREREQUISITE:** High School Geometry or Equivalent. Students currently enrolled in High School Geometry will be considered if recommended by their teacher.

The registration fee covers both sessions, including lunch and course materials.

## Fall 2014 top

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Sept 14 - Dec 14, 2014. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 5-6 | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 10am - 12pm, Sept 14 - Dec 14, 2014. | QC | Powdermaker Hall 121 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 7-8 | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, Sept 14 - Dec 14, 2014. | QC | Powdermaker Hall 121 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |

The NYMC classes at Queens College are open to enthusiastic students in grades 5-8 with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

Students should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents. For grades 7-8, students should also have basic algebraic skills. Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the last New York State Math Exam) are expected. These courses are appropriate for both new and returning students (as they will each cover new material).

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the grade levels of the student. As mathematical preparation in students varies, this is somewhat flexible. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sept 13 - Dec 14, 2014. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
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High School Circle A-1 | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 13 - Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle A-2 | David Price | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 13 - Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 13 - Dec 14, 2014. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 13 - Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. The topics include number theory, algebra, geometry, combinatorics, and more. The courses also address subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout.

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the age and grade level of the student, but this is less important than mathematical preparation: there are high school juniors and sometimes seniors in our Math Circle A, enjoying mathematics right alongside freshmen and sophomores, as well as younger students who are ready for the challenges of our Math Circles B and C. If in doubt, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### High School Circle D

When: | Select Sundays, 10am-2pm, Fall 2014. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 312. |

Instructor:
| Stan Kats and others. |

The Level D Course is intended for the most experienced problem solvers. The course will cover Olympad-level topics with an emphasis on proof writing, as well as introduce students to college level Mathematics, including Analysis, Abstract Algebra and Linear Algebra. It's appropriate for students who have taken the USAMO, USAJMO, or equivalent, or students recommended by a NY Math Circle instructor. (If this applies to you, please contact us at info@nymathcircle.org for possible placement.) Lunch will be included in each session.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sept 13 - Dec 14, 2014 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-1 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 13 - Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-2 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 13 - Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-1 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 13 - Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-2 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 13 - Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-1 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 13- Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C-2 | Kovan Pillai | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 13- Dec 13, 2014. | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Please consider registering for the Queens Math Circle (above), which is also at the middle school level.

### AMC-8 Contest Registration

When: | Tuesday, November 18, 9:15am - 11:30am |

The AMC 8 is a 25 question, 40 minute national contest taken by middle school students across the country. We are offering it for free, in coordination with the SPMPS (a program of Art of Problem Solving Foundation). If your school already offers AMC-8, you should take it at your school. Please check with your teacher before signing up. You can search for your school (select "AMC8" contest type).

The event will be held at Chelsea Studios, 151 W 26th St, between 6th and 7th Avenues, on the 6th Floor.

You will need to miss a morning of school. Please talk to your math teacher about this. Your school can contact us if they have any questions, and we can provide you with a letter to show that you were participating in the contest.

## Summer 2014 top

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 7 - July 24, 2014, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

First placement exam:
| Saturday, April 5, 2014 (apply by March 29). |

Second placement exam:
| Sunday, April 27, 2014 (apply by April 20). |

Application Requirements:
| Completed application and placement exam. See Application Process below. |

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Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, July 19 - August 23, 2014. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Middle School Circle A-1 | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 10:30am - 12pm, July 19 - August 23, 2014. | NYU | 201 | $115 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle A-2 | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2pm, July 19 - August 23, 2014. | NYU | 201 | $115 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 10:00am - 12pm, July 19 - August 23, 2014. | NYU | 312 | $145 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle C-1 | Kovan Pillai | Saturdays 10am - 12pm, July 19 - August 23, 2013. | NYU | 202 | $145 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle C-2 | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 12:30pm - 2:30pm, July 19 - August 23, 2013. | NYU | 312 | $145 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

## Spring 2014 top

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Mar 2 - May 18, 2014. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

QC Middle School Circle, grades 5-6 | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 11:30am - 1:00pm, Mar 2 - May 18, 2014. | QC | 121 | $195 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 7-8 | Aziz Jumash | Sundays 1:30pm - 3:30pm, Mar 2 - May 18, 2014. | QC | 121 | $245 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |

The NYMC classes at Queens College are open to enthusiastic students in grades 5-8 with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

Students should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents. For grades 7-8, students should also have basic algebraic skills. Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the last New York State Math Exam) are expected. These courses are appropriate for both new and returning students (as they will each cover new material).

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 8 - May 18, 2014. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A-1 | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle A-2 | Stan Kats | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a friendly setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. The topics include number theory, algebra, geometry, combinatorics, and more. The courses also address subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout.

In the descriptions of our circles given below, we mention the age and grade level of the student, but this is less important than mathematical preparation: there are high school juniors and sometimes seniors in our Math Circle A, enjoying mathematics right alongside freshmen and sophomores, as well as younger students who are ready for the challenges of our Math Circles B and C. If in doubt, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-1 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 312 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-2 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 2pm - 3:30pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 312 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-1 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 9 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 317 | $245 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-2 | Amy Starks | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 8 - May 17, 2014. | NYU | 317 | $245 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 8- May 17, 2014. | NYU | 517 | $245 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Please consider registering for the Queens Math Circle (below), which is also at the middle school level.

## Fall 2013 top

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A-1 | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle A-2 | Stan Kats | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. | NYU | 517 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. | NYU | 512 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A-1 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013 | NYU | 312 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A-2 | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 2pm - 3:30pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013 | NYU | 312 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-1 | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. | NYU | 317 | $245 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B-2 | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 21 - Dec 14, 2013. | NYU | 317 | $245 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 21- Dec 14, 2013. | NYU | 517 | $245 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Please consider registering for the Queens Math Circle (below), which is also at the middle school level.

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Sep 22 - Dec 15, 2013. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

QC Middle School Circle, grades 5-6 | Joy Hsiao | Sundays 12pm - 1:30pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2013. | QC | Powdermaker Hall 118 | $195 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 7-8 | Joy Hsiao | Sundays 1:35pm - 3:35pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2013. | QC | Powdermaker Hall 118 | $245 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |

Students should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents. For grades 7-8, students should also have basic algebraic skills. Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the last New York State Math Exam) are expected. This course is appropriate for both new and returning students (as it will cover new material).

## Summer 2013 top

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 8 - July 25, 2013, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Early Registration Deadline:
| April 21, 2013 |

Regular Registration Deadline:
| May 19, 2013 |

Application Requirements:
| Completed problem set. See Application Process below. |

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The Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond regular curriculum.

Students are expected to attend the entire 3-week program.

### Level A

This course is appropriate for younger high school students, who are comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1. Here’s a sample of problems you may see in Level A: Level A Sample Problem Set.### Level B

Students are expected to have completed an equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is preferred but not required. Here’s a sample of Level B problems: Level B Sample Problem Set.### Level C

Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an even more important role than in the other levels. Students are expected to be able to solve the first few questions on the AIME contest (see 2009 AIME for an example). Here’s a sample of problems you may see in Level C: Level C Sample Problem Set.### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, July 13 - August 17, 2013. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Middle School Circle A | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, July 13 - August 17, 2013. | NYU | 312 | $115 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle B | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, July 13 - August 17, 2013. | NYU | 312 | $125 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle C | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, July 13 - August 17, 2013. | NYU | 317 | $125 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

In the descriptions of levels below, we mention the current grade level of the student. What's important, however, is the level of mathematical preparation. If a student is solidly a year ahead of his grade in math, or has completed a year of NYMC classes, you can add a grade when choosing the appropriate class. Keep in mind that all NYMC classes are challenging and have little overlap with school material. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

## Spring 2013 top

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 23 - May 18, 2013. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 9 - May 11, 2013. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 9 - May 11, 2013. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 9 - May 11, 2013. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 23 - May 11, 2013. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School Intro | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, Feb 9 - May 11, 2013. | NYU | 201 | $155 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School A | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, Feb 9 - May 11, 2013. | NYU | 202 | $155 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 9 - May 11, 2013. | NYU | 201 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 9 - May 11, 2013. | NYU | 317 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

Please consider registering for the Queens Math Circle (below), which is also at the middle school level.

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Feb 24 - May 12, 2013. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

QC Middle School Circle, grades 5-6 | Joy Hsiao | Sundays 12pm - 1:30pm, Feb 10 - May 12, 2013. | QC | 152 | $155 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 7-8 | Joy Hsiao | Sundays 1:35pm - 3:35pm, Feb 10 - May 12, 2013. | QC | 152 | $195 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |

The spring semester class will focus on learning geometry through hands-on workshops where students will actively construct 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional models through the use of rulers, protractors and compasses. Topics will include symmetries, transformations, plane figures, and solids. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations.

## Fall 2012 top

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

NYU Middle School A | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. | NYU | 201 | $155 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School B | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. | NYU | 201 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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NYU Middle School C | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sept 22 - Dec 15, 2012. | NYU | 317 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Sundays, Sept 23 - Dec 16, 2012. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). |

Locations: | |

QC: |
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 5-6 | Joy Hsiao | Sundays 12pm - 1:30pm, Sept 23 - Dec 16, 2012. | QC | 121 PH | $155 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |
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QC Middle School Circle, grades 7-8 | Joy Hsiao | Sundays 1:35pm - 3:35pm, Sept 23 - Dec 16, 2012. | QC | 121 PH | $195 | |

Location: Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd
(map). |

The fall semester class will focus on learning geometry through hands-on workshops where students will actively construct 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional models through the use of rulers, protractors and compasses. Topics will include symmetries, transformations, plane figures, and solids. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations.

## Summer 2012 top

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 9 - July 26, 2012, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Instructors:
| Jim Cocoros, David Hankin, Larry Zimmerman. |

Regular registration deadline:
| June 3, 2012. |

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The Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond regular curriculum.

This course is appropriate for students wishing to acquire deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

### Level A

This course is appropriate for younger high school students, who are comfortable with regular high school material, including at least Algebra 1.### Level B

Students are expected to have completed an equivalent of two years of high school, and have a solid understanding of algebra, geometry, and elementary number theory. Experience with problem solving, such as prior NYMC or math team participation, is desirable but not required.### Level C

Students are expected to have taken pre-calculus and to have deeper knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as experience with mathematical problem solving. Problems will require sustained effort, and writing proofs will play an even more important role than in the other levels. Students are expected to be able to solve the first few questions on the AIME contest (see 2009 AIME for an example).### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, July 7 - August 11, 2012. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Middle School Circle A | Mila Martynovsky | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, July 7 - August 11, 2012. | NYU | 202 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, July 7 - August 11, 2012. | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle C | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, July 7 - August 11, 2012. | NYU | 201 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

In the descriptions of levels below, we mention the current grade level of the student. What's important, however, is the level of mathematical preparation. If a student is solidly a year ahead of his grade in math, or has completed a year of NYMC classes, you can add a grade when choosing the appropriate class. Keep in mind that all NYMC classes are challenging and have little overlap with school material. If in doubt about the right level, please ask, and we'll be happy to offer guidance on choosing the right level class.

## Spring 2012 top

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 11 - May 12, 2012. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 11 - May 12, 2012. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 11 - May 12, 2012. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 11 - May 12, 2012. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Feb 18 - May 19, 2012. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Middle School Circle A | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, Feb 18 - May 19, 2012. | NYU | 202 | $155 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle B | Heather Sable | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 18 - May 19, 2012. | NYU | 202 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle C | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 18 - May 19, 2012. | NYU | 312 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Queens Math Circle

When: | Sundays 10am - 11:30am, Feb 12 - May 13, 2012. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). Powdermaker Hall, room 119. |

Instructor:
| Mila Martynovsky. |

The NYMC class at Queens College is open to enthusiastic students in grades 6-8 with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

Students should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents. Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the last New York State Math Exam) are expected. This course is appropriate for both new and returning students (as it will cover new material).

## Fall 2011 top

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sep 17 - Dec 17, 2011. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | Fee | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Middle School Circle A | Eliza Kuberska | Saturdays 12pm - 1:30pm, Sep 17 - Dec 17, 2011. | NYU | 202 | $155 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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Middle School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 17 - Dec 17, 2011. | NYU | 312 | $195 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### High School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays, Sep 17 - Dec 17, 2011. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Locations: | |

NYU: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map) |

Instructor | Times | Loc. | Room | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

High School Circle A | David Hankin | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 17 - Dec 17, 2011. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle B | David Gomprecht | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 17 - Dec 17, 2011. | NYU | 312 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |
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High School Circle C | David Hankin | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Sep 17 - Dec 17, 2011. | NYU | 317 | |

Location: NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St
(map). |

### Queens Math Circle

When: | Sundays 10am - 11:30am, Sep 18 - Dec 18, 2011. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). Powdermaker Hall, room 119. |

Instructor:
| Mila Martynovsky. |

The NYMC class at Queens College is open to enthusiastic students in grades 6-8 with a strong interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond the regular curriculum. There will be an emphasis on creative problem solving and thorough explanations. In addition, students will be encouraged to communicate their ideas clearly.

Students should be well-versed in arithmetic, including order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents. Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the last New York State Math Exam) are expected. This course is appropriate for both new and returning students (as it will cover new material).

### AMC Course

When: | Saturdays 2 - 5pm, Dec 3 - 17, 2011; Jan 28, 2012 |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 202. |

Instructor:
| Larry Zimmerman. |

In response to students’ requests, NYMC offers a four-part AMC course this fall; three sessions in December, and a follow-up session before the AMC is administered in February. Priority will be given to high school students whose schools do not offer the AMC contest. (NYMC will help participants find a place to take the AMC.)

While NYMC does not focus on competitions, some competitions are a source of beautiful, intriguing problems, and provide exposure to a variety of interesting mathematics. The American Mathematics Contest (AMC) is such a contest. What started as a local competition sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) in 1950 has become the premier mathematics competition of America--reaching up to 400,000 students today. It is a 25 question, 75 minute multiple choice competition that covers a broad spectrum of high school topics.

A selection of problems from AMC 10 and AMC 12 will motivate the study of deeper mathematical topics and introduce interested students to this competition’s hidden mathematical gems. Check these links for some past AMC problems.

Please read the information pages at AMC 10 and AMC 12 to learn about the contests before applying for this course.

## Summer 2011 top

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 5 - July 21, 2011, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Instructors:
| Jim Cocoros, David Hankin, Larry Zimmerman. |

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The Summer Program is open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond regular curriculum.

This course is appropriate for students wishing to acquire deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

### Summer Middle School Math Circle

When: | Saturdays July 9 - Aug 13, 2011.
Grades 5-6: 10am - 11:30am. Grades 7-8: 12pm - 2pm. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 201. |

Instructor:
| David Gomprecht. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 5-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

## Spring 2011 top

### Olympiad Level

When: | Saturdays 2 - 4pm, Feb 12 - May 14, 2011. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 517. |

Instructor:
| David Hankin. |

This course develops important topics in number theory, algebra, combinatorics, and geometry, focusing on harder problems requiring sustained thought and effort. Writing of proofs will play an important role. Many problems will come from contests such as USAMO and International Math Olympiad (IMO).

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and able to do the first few questions on AIME contest. Check out
2009 AIME exam for reference.

### High School Circle

When: | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 12 - May 14, 2011. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 517. |

Instructor:
| David Hankin. |

This course includes topics in number theory, algebra, and geometry, and addresses subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Some material will come in the form of intriguing problems from contests such as AMC 10, AMC 12 and AIME. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout.

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and comfortable with regular high school material, including at
least basic algebra.

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Saturdays, Feb 12 - May 14, 2011. Grades 5-6: 9am - 10:30am. Grades 7-8: 10:30am - 12pm. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). Powdermaker Hall, room 347. |

There are two sections, listed above, open to enthusiastic students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. Classes will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays 2 - 4pm, Feb 12 - May 14, 2011. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 512. |

Instructor:
| David Gomprecht. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 7-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, sequences, and combinatorics. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

## Fall 2010 top

### Olympiad Level

When: | Saturdays 2 - 4pm, Sep 25 - Dec 18, 2010. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 517. |

Instructor:
| David Hankin. |

This course develops important topics in number theory, algebra, combinatorics, and geometry, focusing on harder problems requiring sustained thought and effort. Writing of proofs will play an important role. Many problems will come from contests such as USAMO and International Math Olympiad (IMO).

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and able to do the first few questions on AIME contest. Check out
2009 AIME exam for reference.

### High School Circle

When: | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Sep 25 - Dec 18, 2010. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 517. |

Instructor:
| David Hankin. |

This course includes topics in number theory, algebra, and geometry, and addresses subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Some material will come in the form of intriguing problems from contests such as AMC 10, AMC 12 and AIME. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout.

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and comfortable with regular high school material, including at
least basic algebra.

### Middle School Circle at Queens College

When: | Saturdays, Sep 25 - Dec 11, 2010. Grades 5-6: 9am - 10:30am. Grades 7-8: 10:30am - 12pm. |

Where: | Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd (map). Powdermaker Hall, room 347. |

There are two sections, listed above, open to enthusiastic students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. Classes will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays 2 - 4pm, Sep 25 - Dec 18, 2010. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 512. |

Instructor:
| David Gomprecht. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 7-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, sequences, and combinatorics. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

## Summer 2010 top

### Summer Middle School Math Circle

When: | Saturdays July 10 - Aug 14, 2010. Grades 5-6: 10am - 11:30am. Grades 7-8: 12pm - 2pm. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 202. |

Instructor:
| David Gomprecht. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 5-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

If a child would like to attend a class at a different grade level (or if two siblings in different grades would like to attend the same class), that's usually not a problem. Please mention it in the comments box of the registration form.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 6 - July 22, 2010, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm.
Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Rooms 101, 201, 202. |

Instructors:
| David Hankin, Larry Zimmerman. |

Summer Courses are open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond regular curriculum.

This course is appropriate for students wishing to acquire deeper insight into mathematics, to develop their reasoning and analytical skills, to practice for a math team, or simply to have fun learning and doing wonderful mathematics.

## Spring 2010 top

### Olympiad Level

When: | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 27 - May 15, 2010. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 202. |

This course develops important topics in number theory, algebra, combinatorics, and geometry, focusing on harder problems requiring sustained thought and effort. Writing of proofs will play an important role. Many problems will come from contests such as USAMO and International Math Olympiad (IMO).

This is a continuation of the fall course, but new students are welcome.

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and able to do the first few questions on AIME contest. Check out
2009 AIME exam for reference.

### High School Circle

When: | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Feb 27 - May 15, 2010. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 202. |

This course includes topics in number theory, algebra, and geometry, and addresses subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Some material will come in the form of intriguing problems from contests such as AMC 10, AMC 12 and AIME. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout.

This is a continuation of the fall course, but new students are welcome.

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and comfortable with regular high school material, including at
least basic algebra.

### Middle School Circle in Queens

When: | Saturdays 10am - 12pm, Feb 27 - May 15, 2010. |

In partnership with:
| Asian-American Coalition for Education. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 6-7 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Feb 27 - May 15, 2010. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 201. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 7-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, sequences, and combinatorics. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

This is a continuation of the fall course, but new students are welcome.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

## Fall 2009 top

### Olympiad Level

When: | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Oct 3 - Dec 19 (except Oct 24, Nov 28). |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 202. |

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and able to do the first few questions on AIME contest. Check out
2009 AIME exam for reference.

### High School Circle

When: | Saturdays 11:30am - 1:30pm, Oct 3 - Dec 19 (except Oct 24, Nov 28). |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 202. |

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and comfortable with regular high school material, including at
least basic algebra.

### Middle School Circle in Queens

When: | Saturdays 10am - 12pm, Oct 3 - Dec 19 (except Oct 10, Nov 28). |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 6-7 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays 2pm - 4pm, Oct 3 - Dec 19 (except Oct 24, Nov 28). |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 201. |

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

## Summer 2009 top

### Summer Middle School Math Circle

When: | Saturdays July 11 - Aug 15, 2009. Grades 5-6: 10am - 11:30am. Grades 7-8: 11:30am - 1pm. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Room 201. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 5-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed.

If a child would like to attend a class at a different grade level (or if two siblings in different grades would like to attend the same class), that's usually not a problem. Please mention it in the comments box of the registration form.

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Summer High School Math Circle

When: | July 7 - July 23, Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). Rooms 201, 202. |

Summer Courses are open to all high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond regular curriculum.

Interesting topics and intriguing problems will be explored in a casual setting, providing ample challenges for high school students of varying levels. This course emphasizes problem solving and posing, through a variety of fascinating topics in number theory, algebra, geometry, and more.

## Spring 2009 top

### Middle School Circle at York College

When: | Saturdays Feb 28 - May 16, 2009. Holidays: 4/11, 4/18. Grades 7-8: 10am - 11:30am. Grades 5-6: 11:30am - 1pm. |

These classes are open to enthusiastic students in grades 5-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. They will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving, and introduce algebra as needed. (See also the description at the top of the page for what to expect.)

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Middle School Circle at NYU

When: | Saturdays 10am - 12pm, Feb 28 - May 16, 2009. Holidays: 3/21, 4/4. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

This course is open to enthusiastic students in grades 6-8 with an interest in learning and doing mathematics. It will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving throughout the course, and introduce algebra as needed. (See also the description at the top of the page for what to expect.)

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Problem Solving Through Contests

When: | Saturdays 11:30am - 2pm, Feb 28 - May 16, 2009. Holidays: 4/11, 4/18. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Instructor:
| David Hankin. |

This course for high school students will teach problem solving through math competition questions. Students will appreciate the beauty and power of mathematics through solving intriguing problems from contests such as AMC 10, AMC 12 and AIME, for which it will serve as an excellent preparation.

**Prerequisites:** The course is a continuation of the Fall course, but
new students are absolutely welcome. You should know how to do the first 10
questions of the AMC 12. Check out the 2008 AMC exam for reference.

## Fall 2008 top

### Middle School Circle

When: | Saturdays 11:00am - 12:30pm Nov. 15, Dec. 6, Dec. 20, Jan. 17. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

These few sessions are intended for enthusiastic students in grades 6-8, and will include topics in arithmetic, elementary geometry, advanced counting, and sequences. We’ll emphasize problem posing and problem solving throughout the course, and introduce algebra as needed. (See also the description at the top of the page for what to expect.)

**Prerequisites:** You should be well-versed in arithmetic, including
order of operations, and operations with fractions, decimals, and percents.
Enthusiasm about math, and some success in the subject (for example, a 4 on the
last New York State Math Exam) are also required.

### Problem Solving Through Contests

When: | Saturdays 1:00pm - 2:30pm, 9/20 - 12/20/2008 Holidays: 11/29. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Instructor:
| David Hankin. |

This course will teach problem solving through math competition questions. Students will appreciate the beauty and power of mathematics through solving intriguing problems from contests such as AMC 10, AMC 12 and AIME, for which it will serve as an excellent preparation.

**Prerequisites:** You should know how to do the first 10 questions of
the AMC 12. Check out the 2008 AMC exam for reference.

### Problem Solving Level I

When: | Saturdays 11:00am - 12:30pm, 9/20 - 12/20/2008 Holidays: 11/29. |

Where: | NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Instructor:
| David Hankin. |

This course includes topics in number theory, algebra, and geometry. It also addresses subtle mathematical ideas, including the nature and construction of proofs. Problem posing and problem solving are emphasized throughout.

**Prerequisites:** You should be enthusiastic about the study of
mathematics, and comfortable with regular high school material. In particular,
we expect you to be familiar with basic algebra, including quadratic
equations.

## Summer 2008 top

### Summer Program 2008 poster

In July 2008 we held a summer session, open to high school students with an interest in learning and doing mathematics above and beyond regular curriculum. Here are some pictures from the summer session.

When: |
July 8 - July 24, Monday - Thursday, 10am - 3pm. Lunches will be provided. |

Where: |
NYU Courant Institute, 251 Mercer St (map). |

Cost: |
$250 (need-based waivers are possible). |

Instructors: |
David Hankin, Larry Zimmerman. |

## Spring 2008 top

In Spring 2008, we had one class, for students in grades 9-11.