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**09/26**: Handout 01: Review 1 |

Review I: Algebra, Quadratic Equations

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**10/3**: Handout 02: Review II |

Review II: Quadratic equations, inequalities, trigonometry

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**10/17**: Handout 03: Combinatorics review | - Assigned on
**10/24**: Handout 04: Pascal's triangle | - Assigned on
**10/31**: Handout 05: Formula for binomial coefficients | - Assigned on
**11/7**: Handout 06: Binomial formula | - Assigned on
**11/14**: Handout 07: More combinatorics | - Assigned on
**11/21**: Handout 08: Logic 1: Introduction to symbols and formulas | - Assigned on
**12/5**: Handout 09: Logic 2: Logic Gates | - Assigned on
**12/12**: Handout 10: Logic 3: Flip-flops. Conditionals. | Notes: Class notes on logic gates from 2020-21 | - Assigned on
**12/19**: Handout 11: Math Battle |

Today we had a Math Battle -- and it means, no special homework for the holidays, but please try to solve the problems you didn't do in class!

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**01/9**: Handout 12: Logic 4: Proofs | - Assigned on
**01/16**: Handout 13: Logic 5: Quantifiers | - Assigned on
**01/23**:

We finished going over Logic and there Is now new homework today. Please look over the previous handouts, and finish the problens/homework assignments you didn't finish or submit yet.

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**01/30**: Handout 14: Geometry 1: Axioms | - Assigned on
**02/6**: Handout 15: Geometry 2: Theorems. Parallel Lines. Triangles. | - Assigned on
**02/13**: Handout 16: Geometry 3: Triangle Inequality | - Assigned on
**02/27**: Handout 17: Euclidean Geometry 4: Quadrilaterals. | - Assigned on
**03/6**: Handout 18: Geometry 5: Trapezoid. Circles. Inscribed Angles. | - Assigned on
**03/13**:

Euclidea: For the next homework, please finish Euclidea levels alpha and beta. Make sure you can get ALL POINT available -- and if you can't seem to find a solution that gives you max points, feel free to search for a hint over Google -- but you must understand WHY the hint works!

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**03/20**: Handout 19: Geometry 6: Similar Triangles | - Assigned on
**03/27**: Handout 20: Number Theory 1: Introduction to Divisibility | - Assigned on
**04/3**: Handout 21: Number Theory 2: Euclid's Algorithm | - Assigned on
**04/10**:

There is no new homework. Please go over the problems from the last one and make sure that you understand how Euclid's algorithms works and how it can be used to solve equations in whole numbers.

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**05/1**: Handout 22: Number Theory 3: Prime Factorization | - Assigned on
**05/8**: Handout 23: Number Theory 4: Congruences | - Assigned on
**05/15**: Handout 24: Number Theory 5: Conguences Continued |

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