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Mu Alpha Theta

Mu Alpha Theta is an association of national high schools and two-year math colleges founded at the University of Oklahoma in 1957 by Richard Andres and his wife, Josephine Andres. The organization is particularly interested in providing scholarships, grants, as well as the promotion of mathematics in schools and colleges. The goals of Mu Alpha Theta are:

  • Offer schools a variety of methods to encourage students interested in math.

    • Organize student and teacher assemblies for interested parties  Be able to participate in the introduction and sharing of various scientific innovations.

    • Reward both students and their faculty leaders with special rewards for outstanding achievement.

    • Promote math competitions such as Log 1 Contest, Rocket City Math League, Mathematical Minutes Video Contest. etc.

    At Mu Alpha Theta today  United 93,000 students and more than 1950 schools. In association  Incoming members are divided into 4 regions:  

    • 1 Region: United States (Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oregon, Utah, Wisconsin, Wyoming)  Canada, the Pacific Islands and Western Europe.

    • Region 2: United States (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas), Asia, and the Middle East.

    • 3 Region: United States (Alabama, Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Vermond), Eastern Europe (including Georgia) .

    • 4 Region: United States (Delaware, Colombia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia), Puerto Rico, Caribbean, and Africa.

    Georgian-American High School is the first in the Caucasus to  In March 2005, he became a member of the Mu Alpha Theta, which allows students of all grades to join and participate in all kinds of math competitions in America. Georgian-American High School is particularly active in the Log 1 competition, where since 2005 our school students have regularly taken top positions in the region in both individual and school outcomes.

    Contest Log 1 is an awesome opportunity that allows  Schools from different countries compete with each other. Log 1 The competition consists of 3 rounds and is held  From December to February. Each test consists of 15 open-ended questions that must be completed within 30 minutes without the use of a calculator. Round 1 and 2 answers will be announced in late March. Round 1 consists of two thematic tests. The student can select and perform either a matrix test or exponents. The 2 round test is also drawn around a certain thematic material and here too the student can choose between a geometric test and a sequence. Round 3 is an individual test in general mathematics. Scores will be summarized and evaluated according to the difficulty of the test, the final score will be calculated based on the results of all three tests.

    Competition - Presentation (Mathematical Video Competition).

    Contestants will be required to prepare an educational and entertaining video that will include any  Prepare a five-minute informative video on a math topic  In a group or individually. The purpose of the research should have been clearly and clearly stated in the video. Research issue  Should be explained in an interesting way, the speech should be clear, the illustrations should be relevant to the topic.

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