# TA schedules | Math, algebra, geometry

Algebra Honors 1.5

A thorough introduction for students in grades 6-9 to algebraic topics such as linear equations, ratios, special factorizations, complex numbers, sequences, series, exponents, polynomials etc. This course has around 300 problems which include Linear Functions, Linear Functions, Direct/Inverse variations, Graph Rational Functions etc.
Tuesday
05:15 PM EDT - 06:15 PM EDT

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Algebra Honors 1.5

Students will work with problems and applications that involve exponents, quadratic equations, polynomials and factoring methods, rational and radical equations, data analysis and probability. Students will interact with course materials through online lessons, videos, interactive questions and real-world applications.
Monday
05:00 PM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT

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Algebra Honors 1.5

The concepts of algebra are very important to continued success in other mathematics courses. In Algebra 1.5, students will learn the why and the how of the foundations of algebra including proportional reasoning, writing and evaluating algebraic expressions, solving equations, and graphing and writing linear functions. In Algebra 1.5, students will write, graph and solve linear inequalities, systems of linear equations, quadratic functions, and exponential functions.
Thursday
05:00 PM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT

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Algebra Honors 1.5

Mastering the concepts of algebra is very important to continued success in other mathematics courses. In Algebra 1.5A, students will learn the why and the how of the foundations of algebra including proportional reasoning, writing and evaluating algebraic expressions, solving equations, and graphing and writing linear functions. In Algebra 1.5B, students will write, graph and solve linear inequalities, systems of linear equations, quadratic functions and exponential functions.
Wednesday
06:00 PM EDT - 07:00 PM EDT

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Geometry Beginner Level 1

Geometry is a branch of mathematics that studies the sizes, shapes, positions angles and dimensions of things.Flat shapes like squares, circles, and triangles are a part of flat geometry and are called 2D shapes. These shapes have only 2 dimensions, the length and the width.
WED
05:00 PM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT

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Geometry Level2

Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, volume and surface area of two- and three-dimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms.
Sunday
11:30 AM EDT - 12:30 PM EDT

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Primary math level 3

The study of algebraic thinking begins in kindergarten and is progressively formalized prior to the study of the algebraic content found in the Algebra I Standards of Learning. Included in the progression of algebraic content is patterning, generalization of arithmetic concepts, proportional reasoning, and representing mathematical relationships using tables, symbols, and graphs.In order to assist students in developing meaning and connecting algebraic concepts to geometry and statistics, consideration should be given to the sequential development of concepts and skills by using concrete materials to 7 assist students in making the transition from the numeric to the symbolic. This course has around 700 problems which include Basics, Equations, Quadratic Functions, Radical Expressions etc
Friday
05:00 PM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT

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Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary (MOEMS) 2022-2023

An exclusive MOEMS test and evaluation event will run for 75minutes and help students check their progress. Talent Academy has ordered a limited number of MOEMS tests provided that the same contest is not offered at the student's high or middle school.
Sep 01 2022 to Mar 01 2023
Sunday
09:00 AM EDT - 10:00 AM EDT
Olympiad 1 Oct 1 to Oct 31st'2022
Olympiad 2 Nov 1 to Nov 31th'2022
Olympiad 3 Dec 1 to Dec 31st'2022
Olympiad 4 Jan 1 to Jan 31st'2023
Olympiad 5 Feb 1 to Feb 28th'2023
Provided that the same contest is not offered at the student's high or middle school.

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ACSL Elementary Division Theory 2022-23 (Sunday)

The Elementary Division is open to students from grades 3-6. It consists of non-programming problems. Four categories, one for each contest, will be tested. The contest consists of a 30- minute, 5-question test each month.
Oct 31 2022 to May 14 2023
Sunday
01:00 PM EDT - 02:00 PM EDT
Contest #1: Oct. 31, 2022 - Sunday Jan. 15, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #2: Dec. 26, 2022 - Sunday Mar 5, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #3: Jan. 30, 2023 - Sunday Apr 9, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT
Contest #4: March 6, 2023 - Sunday May 14, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT

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AMC8/MathCount Practice Session 2022-2023

The AMC 8 is a 25-question, 40-minute, multiple choice examination in middle school mathematics designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills.
Dec 23 2022 to Jan 01 2023
Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2022
10:30 AM EDT - 12:00 PM EDT

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AMC 8 Exam

American Mathematics Competition 8 (replaced AJHSME) or AMC 8 is the first step toward International Math Olympiad in the United States (USAMO). Outstanding students participate in this festival of mathematics every year to test their mettle. This contest aims to provide an opportunity for the students so that they can have a positive attitude towards the challenging problems in Mathematics.
Jan 18 2023 to Jan 24 2023
Tuesday
10:30 AM EDT - 07:00 PM EDT
Jan 18, 2023 to Jan 24, 2023

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Introduction to Computer Programming - JAVA

It is a simple programming language. Java makes writing, compiling, and debugging programming easy. It helps to create reusable code and modular programs. Java is a class-based, object-oriented programming language and is designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. In this introductory Java programming course, you will be introduced to powerful concepts such as functional abstraction, the object-oriented programming (OOP) paradigm, and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
Saturday
09:30 AM EDT - 10:45 AM EDT

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TA ACSL Junior Division Coding Contest 2022-2023-Enrollment

The American Computer Science League (ACSL) There are five divisions in ACSL: Elementary, Classroom, Junior, Intermediate, and Senior. This Junior division coding is recommended for middle school students. The Regular Season, in which individual students compete to get their school team qualified for the All-Star Contest, consists of four rounds.
Oct 31 2022 to May 14 2023
Sunday
10:30 AM EDT - 12:30 PM EDT
Contest #1: Oct. 31, 2022 - Sunday Jan. 15, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #2: Dec. 26, 2022 - Sunday Mar 5, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #3: Jan. 30, 2023 - Sunday Apr 9, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT
Contest #4: March 6, 2023 - Sunday May 14, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT

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The Math league Contest 2023

The Math League has Math Contests for Grades 4 through 8, Algebra 1 students, and High School Students. Over one million students from the United States and Canada participate in Math League Contests each year. In Talent academy, the best teachers are here to assist students with every contest that has questions from different areas of mathematics. The goal is to encourage and motivate student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems. Many students first develop an interest in mathematics through problem-solving activities such as these contests. We conduct the exam to make students better in mathematics to compete in statewide or multistate league competitions.
Feb 15 2023 to Apr 19 2023
Tuesday

Grade(7): Feb 15 2023 - Feb 22 2023
Grade(6): Feb 15 2023 - Feb 22 2023
Grade(5): Apr 15 2023 - Apr 22 2023
Grade(4): Apr 15 2023 - Apr 22 2023
Algebra Course 1 : Apr 15 2023 - Apr 22 2023

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Elem. Problem solving skills Level 3

In Talent academy elementry problem-solving teams of up to 35 students explore mathematical Level 3 concepts while developing flexibility in solving non-routine problems with multiple solution paths. Our problems will prepare your students to exceed the rigors of your core curriculum by developing higher-order Elementry Problem solving Level3. This is a form of learning based on discovery: to solve the problem, you must both think and compute systematically.
Monday
05:00 PM EDT - 06:00 PM EDT

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ACSL Theory _Mon

Algebra is a branch of mathematics that substitutes letters for numbers. Algebra is about finding the unknown or putting real-life variables into equations and then solving them. Algebra can include real and complex numbers, matrices, and vectors
Monday
06:00 PM EDT - 07:00 PM EDT

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TA ACSL Junior Division Theory-Contest Years 2001-02 through 2022-23

Suitable for elementary, junior and even senior high school students. Course consists of computer science basics and computer programming like data structure, Boolean algebra,bit-string flicking, recursive functions etc with varying content for each level.
Oct 31 2022 to May 14 2023
Sunday
12:00 PM EDT - 01:00 PM EDT
Contest #1: Oct. 31, 2022 - Sunday Jan. 15, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #2: Dec. 26, 2022 - Sunday Mar 5, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #3: Jan. 30, 2023 - Sunday Apr 9, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT
Contest #4: March 6, 2023 - Sunday May 14, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT

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Elem. Problem Solving Skills Level 4

For practicing some Primary math skills, there is nothing more effective than a pencil and paper. Our free Math Worksheets for grades 3-6 cover all elementary school math skills from counting and basic numeracy through more advanced topics such as fractions and decimals.
Wednesday 5:30 PM-6:45 PM
06:30 PM EDT - 07:30 PM EDT

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Elementary Java Course Labs - FOR Elementary Kids

It's ideal to introduce coding to a child using concepts and examples that they're already familiar with. You can use a video game as an example (the way they can tell their character what to do through button pressing is similar to how they can command a computer with code); a recipe (the way they follow a recipe to make something is similar to how a computer follows instructions to create apps, websites, and more); or giving someone instructions on how to do something (They can teach a computer to do a task in the same way they would help a lost child find their way back to their classroom.) Second, keep things as straightforward as possible. Because the explanation of coding, as well as coding phrases and buzzwords, can be difficult to comprehend, utilize vocabulary that your children are familiar with to explain the keywords as they continue to study. A loop, for example, is a complicated term that means "a sequence of instructions that is repeatedly repeated until a given condition is met." Explaining a loop as "something that happens until a certain condition is attained" and then painting a visual picture for them, such as "a loop is like taking a Pez candy from the candy dispenser's mouth until all the candy is gone," can be useful.
Jun 10 2022 to Sep 02 2022
Saturday 11:30 AM EST
10:40 AM EDT - 11:50 AM EDT

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TA ACSL Intermediate Division Contest 2022-2023 -Enrollement

The Intermediate Division is the third division, mainly for high school students, though they allow advanced middle school students as well. This division includes everything in the Junior Division, plus LISP, FSAs and Regular Expressions, Assembly Language and more. The questions are much harder than those in earlier divisions.
Oct 31 2022 to May 14 2023
Sunday
10:00 AM EDT - 11:00 AM EDT
Contest #1: Oct. 31, 2022 - Sunday Jan. 15, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #2: Dec. 26, 2022 - Sunday Mar 5, 2023 @ 11:59pm EST
Contest #3: Jan. 30, 2023 - Sunday Apr 9, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT
Contest #4: March 6, 2023 - Sunday May 14, 2023 @ 11:59pm EDT

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