Session III

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Session 3-Calendar 2019

Session III at Caltech runs from Friday, July 5 through Wednesday, July 24. Note that weekends are included in this three-week session. The courses offered during this session are as follows:

NUMB3RS
LEπERS

 

CAPITAL LEπERS
800 & 36
GENERATINGFUNCTIONOLOGψ
I&G Calculus title2

NUMB3RS

Theory & Practice

Develops pre-algebra skills using number theory to build a strong foundation for the future study of algebra and geometry. Recommended for students who will take Pre-Algebra or Algebra. (rising 6th and 7th grades)


LEπERS

Al-gabr Wa’l-muqabala: Completion & Balancing

Presents methodology and procedures to develop advanced algebraic skills essential for the study of higher mathematics. Recommended for students who will take Algebra I or II. (rising 7th through 9th grades)


CAPITAL LEπERS

Al-gabr Wa’l-muqabala: Completion & Balancing

This course is a continuation of LETTERS. Presents methodology and procedures to develop advanced algebraic skills essential for the study of higher mathematics. Recommended for students who will take Algebra I or II (rising 8th through 10th grades).


800 & 36

Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy

Presents the mathematical background along with methodologies, techniques and strategies needed to excel in the SAT and ACT college entrance exams. Recommended for students who will be taking the exams in the fall (rising 11th and 12th grades).


GENERATINGFUNCTIONOLOGψ

To Infinity and Beyond… Calculus!

Introduces and develops the theory of generating functions and its applications to combinatorics and to the solution of difference equations. Recommended for students who have completed a second year calculus course or equivalent to calculus BC.  (rising 12th grade and graduating seniors)


I&G Calculus title2

The ABC’s of Advanced Mathematics

Develops the ideas and methods of the calculus of Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz.   Recommended for students who have taken an introductory calculus course or equivalent to calculus AB.  (rising 11th & 12th grades and graduating seniors)