Please note that years older than 2007-2008 have no handouts yet.

Date
Leader
Topic
Handouts
September 06
Tom Davis
Number Theory
September 13
David Farmer
Graphs and Networks
September 20
Sam Vandervelde
The Fourth Dimension
September 27
David Farmer
Infinite Series
October 04
BAMA at SCU : Ron Graham
Mathematics and Computers: Problems and Prospects
October 11
Steve Blasberg
Coloring in Mathematics
October 18
Brian Conrey
Number Theory
October 25
Tom Rike
Steiner and Mascheroni Constructions
November 03
Marty Isaacs
Pentagons, Soccer Balls and Euler – Cancelled
November 08
Sam Vandervelde
The Mathematics of Zome Tools
November 15
Hidefumi Katsuura
Origami and Math
November 22
Break
Thanksgiving Break
November 29
Tom Davis
Box Packing Problems
December 06
BAMA at SCU : Robin Hartshorne
The History of Imaginary Numbers
December 13
Tatiana Shubin, Tom Davis and guests
A Russian-Style Math Circle
December 20
Break
Winter Break
January 10
Tom Davis
Pick’s Theorem
January 17
BAMA at SJSU : Brian Conrey
The Riemann Hypothesis
January 24
Tatiana Shubin
Mathematical Games
January 31
Tom Rike
Steiner Constructions, Infinite Series
February 07
Joshua Zucker
Partitions of Integers
February 14
Joshua Zucker
Close Encounters of the Stirling Kind
February 21
Tom Davis
BAMO Preparation
February 23
BAMA at SCU : Carl Pomerance
Prime Time for Primes
February 27
Contest
Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad
March 07
Laurens Gunnarsen
Why 1 + 2 + 3 + … = -1/12
March 14
Steve Blasberg
2007 AIME 1
March 21
Matthias Beck
Frobenius Problem
March 28
Tatiana Shubin and/or Tom Davis
BAMO Aftermath
March 28
Tatiana Shubin, Tom Davis and guests
A Russian-Style Math Circle
April 04
Tatiana Shubin
Vectors
April 11
BAMA at SCU : Jean Pedersen
My Favorite Mathematical Toys
April 18
Paul Zeitz
The St. Petersburg Paradox, and Other Ways to Lose Money
April 25
Tom Rike
300 Years of Euler
May 02
Hidefumi Katsuura/Stan Isaacs
Pizza Party and Awards!
May 09
BAMA at SCU : V. I. Arnold
Real Algebraic Geometry

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