Please note that years older than 2007-2008 have no handouts yet.
The following schedule shows who will be leading the circle on a given day.

Date
Leader
Topic
Handouts
September 11
Zvezdelina Stankova
Inversion in the Plane
September 19
David Hayes
An Introduction to Induction – a way to “prove it’s true.”
September 26
David Hayes
More Induction and an Introduction to the Pigeonhole Principle
October 03
Michael Rubinstein
Partitions
October 05
BAMA at SCU : Art Benjamin
Proofs that really count
October 10
Joshua Zucker
Symmetry
October 17
Tom Davis
Combinatorics: Counting Things
October 24
Tom Davis
PÃ³lya’s Theory of Counting
October 31
Tatiana Shubin
Finite Geometries
November 07
BAMA at SJSU : Abigail Thompson
Some Knotty Problems
November 14
Tom Davis
Four Points on a Circle (notes)
November 21
Break
Thanksgiving Break
November 28
Byron Walden
Checker Jumping and the Golden Mean
December 05
Michael Rubinstein
Mathematics and Tunings
December 12
BAMA at SCU : Edward Schaefer
When Is an Integer the Product of Two and of Three Consecutive Integers?
December 19
Break
Winter Break
January 09
Tom Davis
Projective Geometry
January 16
Brian Conrey
Number Theory
January 23
Brian Conrey
Diophantine Equations
January 30
Matt Cushman
Topology
February 06
BAMA at SJSU : Jean Pedersen
Platonic Divisions of Space
February 13
Joshua Zucker
Mathematical Games
February 20
Paul Zeitz
BAMO Practice
February 26
Contest
Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad
February 27
Tatiana Shubin and/or Tom Davis
BAMO Aftermath
March 01
BAMA at SCU : Frank Morgan
The Soap Bubble Geometry Contest
March 06
Tatiana Shubin
Ring Theory
March 13
Tatiana Shubin
Group Theory
March 20
Brian Conrey
Irrational Numbers
March 27
BAMA at SJSU : Tim Nguyen
More on Topology
April 03
Tom Davis
The Mathematics of Computer Graphics
April 10
Brian Peterson
Mathematics of Bluffing
April 17
Brian Conrey
Probability
April 24
Everyone
Pizza Party and Awards!

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