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Logic-Based Problem Solving Math Competition Spring 2016

Game day is here. The Spring 2016 Math Competition was handed to your children during class this week. I asked them not to open the test until they can commit to spending 45 uninterrupted minutes. They should be sequestered in a quiet room with only a few pencils and good light. Siblings should be asked to be in a separate part of the house and not above the room in which the Mathlete is taking the test. 

Prime Numbers Are Not Random Proves Stanford Mathematicians

On March 11, 2016 mathematicians from Stanford University proved that prime numbers do not behave randomly as previously thought.

Logic-Based and Strategic Problem Solving -- Final Preparations for Noetic Contest

Once again, almost every student completed the full-length practice test. Many of them came to class with questions that they could not understand even after reading the explanation. This is the most important step in the improvement process. Many of them showed a marked improvement on their scores and approaches to problem solving.

Logic-Based and Strategic Problem Solving -- Week 3 Prep [no K]

Once again, almost every student completed the full-length practice test. Many of them came to class with questions that they could not understand even after reading the explanation. This is the most important step in the improvement process. Many of them showed a marked improvement on their scores and approaches to problem solving.

Logic-Based and Strategic Problem Solving -- Week 2 Prep

I was amazed by the diligence of the children this week. Almost every student completed the full-length practice test. Many of them came to class with questions that they could not understand even after reading the explanation. This is the most important step in the improvement process. Each week they will improve on their strategic approach to problem solving.