Mobile Math Olympiad Results

MOBILE MATH OLYMPIAD 2014 RESULTS

First Place

Eric Wu (ASMS), Noah Poirson (ASMS), Jungho Gong (ASMS)

Second Place

Justin Wahlers (ASMS),  Genesis Stroud (Mary G. Montgomery High School), Alexander Peeples (ASMS)

Third Place

Trinity LeAnne Stroud (Mary G. Montgomery High School), Isaac Arnold (Dunbar Magnet Middle School)

Three contestants with highest score were invited to participate in a Mathematical Olympiad at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs on April 25, 2014 with expenses paid by the Alabama Space Grant Consortium.

 
Welcome to Mobile Math Circle

The Mobile Mathematics Circle is designed for students who enjoy math and want the challenge of exciting topics that are normally outside the school curriculum. The Mobile Mathematics Circle introduces students to mathematics as a creative thinking tool through problem solving. Students engage problems in many areas, including Number Theory, Game Theory, Graph Theory and Combinatorics. The Mathematics Circle is a weekly gathering of students of high school age guided by professional mathematicians. Some meetings are conducted by invited distinguished mathematicians brought in specially to work with the students in the Mathematics Circle.

 

 
All High School Students are invited.
 

The Mobile Mathematics Circle is sponsored by the  Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of South Alabama and  Alabama Space Grant Consortium.

 
Mobile Math Circle

Next Math Circle

September  8,  2014


Regular Meetings

WHEN: 7:00-8:30 p.m., Monday nights

WHERE: Room 410, in the ILB building on the main campus of the University of South Alabama

New students are more than welcome.

 

Sessions are free for all students.