Date 
Topics 
First Semester 
Session 1
09/21/2012

Problem solving session.
Homework.

Session 2
09/28/2012

How to cut a cake.

Session 3
10/05/2012

An ancient tribe and number systems.

Session 4
10/12/2012

Math Dominoes game.

Session 5
10/19/2012

How Egyptians and Greeks counted. Homework. 
Session 6
10/26/2012

Greeks and Babylonians. Positional number systems.

Session 7
11/02/2012

Math Chase contest.

Session 8
11/16/2012

Word problems and models.

Session 9
11/30/2012

Is it really impossible? Crossings and constructions.

Session 10
12/07/2012

Combinatorics in an ice cream store.
Homework. 
Second Semester 
Session 11
12/14/2012

Math dominoes tournament. 
Session 12
01/11/2013

Combinatorics: can you count?

Session 13
01/19/2013

Introduction to probability.

Session 14
01/25/2012

Graphs, circuits, and Euler's paths.

Session 15
02/01/2013

Math Abacus contest. Homework. 
Session 16
02/08/2013

Copycat robot puzzles.

Session 17
02/15/2013

Water pouring.

Session 18
03/01/2013 
Logics 
Session 19
03/08/2013 
Venn Diagrams 
Session 20
03/15/2013

Mathematical Hockey 
Third Semester 
Session 21
03/22/2013

Geometry and the grazing goats. "Candy row" strategic game. 
Session 22
03/29/2013 
Alternations: snake in a box. Math Magic with ropes. 
Session 23
04/05/2013

Alternations continued. 
Session 24
04/19/2013

Mathematical Auction 
Session 25
04/26/2013

Geometry of perspective drawing 
Session 26
05/03/2013

Four Colors Theorem 
Session 27
05/10/2013

Fibonacci Numbers 
Session 28
05/17/2013

Mental math tricks, multiplication and areas, rod
multiplication. 
Session 29
05/24/2013

Mathematical Hockey 
Session 30
05/31/2013

Island of Blue and Brown Eyes 
Prime Factor Math Circle is a nonprofit organization. The
goal of Prime Factor is to engage school children in the world of
extracurricular mathematics with the purpose of developing their math
knowledge, problem solving skills and creative thinking abilities. We have a
lot of plans and ideas how to grow and expand. We welcome donations and we will put
them to a good use.