There is a beautiful symbol in mathematics: π. The math teachers from SUIS Qingpu middle school arranged π Day activity for this special day.
Rubik’s Cube Master
In 1974, Professor Ernő Rubik of Budapest School of Architecture, invented the Rubik’s cube. It was originally designed to help his students understand the composition and structure of space cubes, but later became a fun toy. There is a group of Rubik’s Cube masters on our campus, who are interested in challenging the speed record. Finally the champion, Bonny from 6B, only used 53 seconds!
Mobius Band, Base 60, Sudoku… The students teamed up to break through the barriers and discovered the truth hidden in math.
Super Memory Star
3.141592653… When engineers or physicists perform precise calculations, they need to take the value to a few hundred places after the decimal point. On March 14, 2019, Google announced that the pi ratio has now reached 31.4 trillion digits after the decimal point. How many digits can the super memory star remember? Jeremy from 6C remembered 153 digits!
Math Relay Running
We are not strangers to a relay race in a sports competition but a math relay may be a new and fun game. The students formed several teams, and were challenged to solve problems while running and overcoming different obstacles.
Math is the one place where truth and beauty are the same thing. Math is everywhere in life and filled with infinite charm. May every student fall in love with math and discover its beauty.