Born out of a passion for mathematics. Aimed at the adult enthusiast.

MathCamp4Adults will expand your knowledge of and appreciation for math.

If you enjoy working with some of the classics of mathematics, think that ‘recreational mathematics’ is not an oxymoron, and want to ‘do math’ in a supportive environment with other math fans—then this is the summer vacation for you!

After all, why should the kids have all the fun?

Wide Variety of Topics

The Remainder Theorem: A Deeper Dive
Infinite Series…Divergerent, Convergent? Telescoping?
Squaring the Rectangle…Triangle…Lune…and finally, the Circle.
Everyone knows that the Area of a Circle is πr^2. But, can you prove it?
The Uncountable Infinity of the Real Numbers [Despite the countable infinity of the algebraic numbers (rational and irrational numbers) — the real numbers are uncountably infinite.]
The Infinitude of Primes & Goldbach’s Conjecture (Every even number >2 is the sum of two primes.)
What is the probability that two random numbers are coprime? Believe it or not, the answer involves Pi!
Pythagorean Triples: Going beyond 3-4-5.  Way beyond!
Fibonacci and Phi (not Pi!): Divide two neighboring Fibonacci numbers and the result approaches Phi.  We’ll figure out how to prove this amazing fact!
Euler’s Formula: e^(i π) + 1= 0 (How can these five basic concepts be related?)
The Five Basic Assumptions Needed to do Geometric Constructions
Fermat’s Last Theorem
Gabriel’s Horn
Banach-Tarski Paradox
Constructing a Mathematical Proof

…and more! Check out the detailed agenda, here.

The math camp you’ve been waiting for, even if you didn’t know it!

Join us Summer, 2018 in Albuquerque, New Mexico and in Europe.

Albuquerque, NM:  June 13-16, 2018
Tuition:  450 USD

We will be in the UK or Europe in August 2018. To be notified once details are known, click here.

Email for a link to our registration page.

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All after-tax profits from tuition are donated to scholarship programs for math students and to programs that provide training for math teachers.

PO Box 15912

Rio Rancho, NM  87174-5912