Honors Math 7.5 introduces advanced seventh through ninth graders (ages 12–15) to important topics in discrete math rarely seen in a traditional curriculum.

Live instructors introduce students to advanced subfields of mathematics and teach problem-solving techniques that help them succeed beyond the classroom.

Diagram of a geometric probability problem and Pascal's Triangle
Level
7.5
Term
Year-Round
Length
18 weeks
Weekly In-Class
Time
~2 hours
Tuition
$855.00 (~$48 per week)
Skills
Permutations, combinations, expected value, geometric probability, binomial theorem
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Level
7.5
Term
Year-Round
Length
18 weeks
Weekly In-Class
Time
~2 hours
Tuition
$855.00 (~$48 per week)
Skills
Non-decimal number systems, Euclidean algorithm, modular arithmetic, congruences, Chinese Remainder theorem
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    Choose the right level

    Students who complete Honors or Contest Math 7, Introduction to Algebra are generally ready for Honors Math 7.5. We recommend that students take the Honors Math 7.5 placement exam to confirm whether they are ready for this course.

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    Curriculum

    Our expert instructors use Art of Problem Solving curriculum to teach Honors Math 7.5: Introduction to Counting & Probability and Introduction to Number Theory. AoPS curriculum is a much broader and deeper exploration of challenging mathematics than a typical math curriculum, preparing students for success at top universities and in competitive careers.

    These courses cover the Art of Problem Solving Introduction to Counting & Probability and Introduction to Number Theory books.

    Honors Math 7.5A
    In this course, students master the basics of combinatorics and probability, including permutations and combinations, advanced counting techniques, the binomial theorem, expected value, geometric probability, and more.

    Honors Math 7.5B
    ‍‍In this course, students master the basics of number theory, including number bases, divisibility, prime numbers, the Euclidean algorithm, modular arithmetic, linear congruences, the Chinese Remainder theorem, and more.

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    Format

    Our instructors hold classes virtually, in a small-sized (10-16 students) videoconferencing classroom.

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    Homework and exams

    There are about 1 to 3 hours of homework each week. There is one timed final exam in Week 18.

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    Drop and refund policies

    Visit our tuition page to learn more about our drop and refund policies.

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    Schedule

    Each course runs for 18 weeks with one 105-minute lesson per week.

Schedule

Course Fee: $855.00 (~$48 per week), $904 w/books
Jul 12 - Nov 8
Tue
4:45 pm - 6:30 pm ET
3:45 pm - 5:30 pm CT
2:45 pm - 4:30 pm MT
1:45 pm - 3:30 pm PT
ID: 15919
ENROLL
Aug 22 - Jan 16
Mon
7:00 pm - 8:45 pm ET
6:00 pm - 7:45 pm CT
5:00 pm - 6:45 pm MT
4:00 pm - 5:45 pm PT
ID: 16101
ENROLL
Sep 18 - Feb 5
Sun
12:45 pm - 2:30 pm ET
11:45 am - 1:30 pm CT
10:45 am - 12:30 pm MT
9:45 am - 11:30 am PT
ID: 16102
ENROLL
3 Please note there are no classes: May 28 - May 30 | July 2 - July 8 | September 3 - September 5 | November 21 - November 27 | December 20 - January 2
Course Fee: $855.00 (~$48 per week), $910 w/books

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