RHHS Math Club is a student-run club at Richmond Hill High School aimed at gettting students interested in
mathematics. Each week, members will
learn about different concepts in mathematics and solve challenging questions regarding that topic. In addition to lessons, multiple fun activities
are done throughout the year relating math concepts to real-life situations and games.
Thursdays After School, 3:40 - 4:30
Wash your hands and stay safe.
The executive selection process has begun. Students interested in applying for an executive position should fill in this form. Please read the description of the form as it includes information about the club and the responsibilities of an executive. We will announce the results sometime before the end of June.
As per usual, if you have any questions, you can email the math club's email at email@example.com or email any of the current execs, emails linked below. We will be sure to get back to you as soon as possible.
As you might have already known, Waterloo's Euclid mathematic contest is planned to take place on Tuesday, April 7th. We had originally planned to make lessons and prepare our members for the contest, however, we might have to change our plans.
In light of recent events, we have received news that schools will be closed for an additional two weeks after the March break. This means that we will return to school on April 6th, the day before the contest. As a result, we might not be able to have any meetings to prepare for the contest, that is if the date of the contest remains unchanged. In this post, we have provided links for anyone interested in self-studying and practicing for the contest.
If for any reason the University of Waterloo decides to push back the date, we will try to inform you as soon as possible. This potential delay could provide us with an opportunity to have at least one meeting before Euclid happens. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us via our emails (also available on the website) or RHHS Math Department.
Meanwhile, we encourage you to follow official guides and stay healthy. We wish you the very best and
hope to see you after the -- long -- break.
From everyone at Math Club and RHHS Math Department, have a wonderful break.
Link for Euclid: Past Contests
COMC and CSMC results are out. If you are interested in knowing your score, please refer to the math office and ask for them.
COMC and CSMS are math competitions held annually by the University of Toronto and Waterloo respectively. Students focused on international math olympiads (IMO) should do the COMC and students who are interested in the University of Waterloo's programs should consider doing the CSMC. For information regarding next year's contests, please refer to the math office.
There is still a chance to sign up for a few other math contests that are done later in the year. Information is available on rhhsmath.ca and the posters in the math pod. Also, keep an eye on your school cash online as they tend to sell out quickly. In case of any questions, feel free to email us or ask anyone at the math office.
Hello everyone. As you can see, our website is now fully functioning. We will do our best to keep the
website up-to-date. The content posted on the website
include, but are not limited to: Lessons taught each week, useful math-related resources, important dates throughout the year especially regarding math, and
blog posts such as this one.
It is also very useful to check the website weekly, in case of any important updates. Important
notifications will be displayed at the top of the screen when you enter
the website. Less important updates will be available in the Posts section.
If you have any feedback regarding the website, feel free to share it with any of us and we'll try to
incorporate it as soon as possible. In case you want to contact
any of us, our contact information is available down below.
See you guys next Thursday, and have fun.
|Lesson||Taught By||Date Taught||Link|
|Exponents and Logarithm||Angus Wu||N/A||View|
|Complex Numbers||Theodore Liu||N/A||View|
|Geometry Proofs||Sarah You||N/A||View|
|Set Theory||Aryan Abed||Nov. 28th||View|
|Number Bases||Angus Wu||Dec. 5th||View|
|Polar Curves||Sarah You||Jan. 9th||View|
|Methods of Proof||Angus Wu||March 5th||View|
Once you start looking, math is everywhere.Email
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The man, the myth, the legend ...
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An online graphing calculator to help with your math: Desmos
A complete bank of previus Waterloo math contests: Contests
UWaterloo's math circle presentation for grades 6 ot 12: Math Circle