In this course, students will learn the basics of geometry, as well as common problem solving ideas. Students will be able to break down a problem into a smaller one, and identify the best methods to apply to it.
Mission Possible Teens Math Club will host the Fremont MPTF Math Contest. All students who are 8th grade and under are welcome to participate.
Patrick Chu is a rising freshman at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California. He qualified for USAJMO in 2021, qualified for AIME two times, and achieved a perfect score on the AMC 8 in 2020. He also qualified twice for the California MATHCOUNTS State competition. Finally, he qualified for the 2021 Mathleague high school national competition and the middle school state competition.
Aside from individual scores, Patrick also values teamwork. In BmMT 2021, his team scored fifth place on the Team Round and first place in the Puzzle Round. In the 2020 MATHCOUNTS Fremont Chapter, his team was the first place team. In ARML Local 2021, his team was the tenth place team.
Outside of mathematics, Patrick participates in Boy Scouts of America. He also enjoys programming and science.
Patrick has experience teaching AMC 8 and Algebra 1 mathematics to students. He hopes to enable more students to perform well in mathematics.
Nicholas Jiang will be a sophomore at Mission San Jose High School in the fall. He qualified for AIME and has represented middle school in math competitions in the past. He also has been playing competitive chess since second grade. He has won the K-5 State championship and has been part of the US National Elementary champion team since third grade.