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Math Circle at the University of Washington

What is UW Math Circle?

The UW Math Circle is a math outreach program for Seattle-area 7th, 8th and 9th graders with mathematical minds, with the aim of introducing them to the world of math beyond the classroom. For example, try this fun math puzzle!

For the spring of 2024, math circle will meet 5:00pm–6:30pm on Tuesdays beginning March 26th on UW campus in Savery Hall, room 132.

Enrollment: email Steve Klee (klees [at] uw [dot] edu) to sign up.

The worksheets for this year's math circle can be found here. Topics covered in previous years include graph theory, cryptography, game theory, infinities and combinatorics.


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The Math Circle at the University of Washington has been partially supported by the NSF awards DMS-2200832, DMS-1901854, NSF CAREER Grant DMS-095-3011, NSF RTG Grant DMS-083-8212 and the generous support of our donors.