Try this: I have three cards. One is red on both sides, another is white on both sides, and the third has one side of each color. I put the cards in a bag and choose one at random, without looking. I put the card on the table and when I open my eyes, the side facing up is white. What are the chances that the other side is also white?
At Lowell Mathematics Society, you’ll learn how to tackle problems like that! Don’t worry, no past experience is required! Our goal is to make sure each and every one of our members can learn and enjoy math and problem-solving topics that typically aren’t taught in math classes in a supportive and motivating environment. We carefully design lectures, problem sets and activities to share our problem-solving insight, so you can track your progress, and so you can get to know like-minded people!
Occasionally, we also hold in-club competitions—who doesn’t want some bragging rights? We also participate in outside competitions, including the nationwide AMC (American Mathematics Competition) 10/12, the statewide CAML (California Math League), and several regional tournaments like SMT (Stanford Math Tournament) and BMT (Berkeley Math Tournament). As a result, many of our former members have been admitted into top colleges such as Harvard, UCLA, and UC Berkeley, among many others. Fill out this form to receive updates from us: https://bit.ly/3x20JXF Meetings Tuesdays at 3:50