This past Saturday, (Nov. 10), Central Piedmont Math Instructors Hai Ngo and Justine Bonanno took a group of seven, top-performing math students to the 9th Annual North Carolina Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (NCMATYC) Mathematics Competition hosted at Davidson Community College.
The group competed against 100 students from 12 community colleges located across the state. The competition consisted of two parts: a morning calculus exam (90 minutes, 40 questions, multiple-choice, calculators not allowed) and an afternoon team competition containing solely pre-calculus problems (scientific calculators only, provided by the competition organizers).
Central Piedmont student Anh Hoang (pictured third from right, above) won the third place individual from the morning competition.
On Saturday, Nov. 18, CPCC math instructors Cao Nguyen and Hai Ngo took a group of seven, top-performing math students to the 8th Annual North Carolina Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (NCMATYC) Mathematics Competition hosted at Forsyth Technical Community College. The group competed against 100 students from 12 community colleges located across the state.
The competition consisted of two parts: a morning calculus exam (90 minutes, 40 questions, multiple-choice, calculators not allowed) and an afternoon team competition containing solely pre-calculus problems (scientific calculators only, provided by the competition organizers).
The CPCC won third place overall in the competition. Kudos to the team on this accomplishment!
In case you missed the first one…Counseling Services, in collaboration with the math department, will be hosting a second Mind over Math workshop on Tuesday, October 18 from 11 a.m. – noon in the Zeiss Building (formerly Elizabeth Classroom Building), Rm 4108. We will teach strategies for overcoming test anxiety, math avoidance and how to make the most of your study time.
A light lunch will be provided. All students are welcome. No need to sign up… just show up!
For more information, please visit us at http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/counseling-services/upcoming-events or contact Angela Bullock at Angela.Bullock@cpcc.edu
Are you a DMA student? Want to increase your chances of passing your end-of-module exam? S.O.S. Math is hosting final exam review sessions next week for DMA’s 010-080. A trained tutor will lead small groups of students in the same DMA in discussing solutions to the most challenging problems. The schedule of sessions is shown below:
FINAL EXAM REVIEW SESSIONS:
|Friday, February 26
||Saturday, February 27
||1 – 3 p.m.
||3 – 5 p.m.
To sign up, visit the Math Emporium Information Desk or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you there!
Are you a DMA student in a traditional, emporium, or online class? Do you want extra help with your math? S.O.S. Math can help! We offer Extended Math Labs, Tutoring Assistance, and a Supplemental Instruction Series. Events take place on Central, Levine, Cato and Merancas Campuses during both daytime and evening hours. For more information, visit: http://www.cpcc.edu/math/math-emporium/s.o.s.-math
Are you taking a DMA Math Traditional, Online, or Emporium class? Need extra help? S.O.S. Math can help! We offer success seminars for new DMA students, extended math labs, a supplemental instruction series and help connecting with tutoring resources. Find out more at: http://www.cpcc.edu/math/math-emporium/s.o.s.-math.
UPCOMING EVENTS: DMA Success Seminar for NEW DMA students – this Friday, February 6, from 3-4 p.m. Register today at www.cpcc.edu/math
CPCC’s Academic Learning Centers provide tutoring support for:
- Natural Sciences
- Sentence Structure, Grammar, and Punctuation
- Essays, Term Papers, and Citations
Tutoring services are not just for students struggling with classwork, but it is also for students who want to stay ahead. We provide help with Study Skills, Time Management, and Test Anxiety. Visit our website for more details http://www.cpcc.edu/academic_learning or call us at 704.330.6474. Centers are located at Central, Cato, Levine and Merancas Campuses.
Taking a DMA class? Looking for extra help? S.O.S. Math is for you! The program offers Peer Mentor Study Sessions each week where students in the same DMA get together with a peer mentor to discuss ways to solve problems.
You can also attend an Extended Math Lab to get extra help on homework while learning important skills for college success like how to study effectively and how to manage test anxiety. You can also discover opportunities for tutoring assistance. No registration is ever required for S.O.S. Math events. Just show up! Need even more reason to attend? Each time you participate in an S.O.S. Math event, your name is entered into an end-of-term drawing for a Texas Instruments calculator. For a complete schedule of events and more information, visit www.cpcc.edu/math/math-emporium/s.o.s.-math. Questions? Contact email@example.com. You can also find out more by visiting the Information Center in the Math Emporium on Central Campus (Elizabeth Building 2106). See you there!
We provide tutoring support for:
- Natural Sciences
- Sentence Structure, Grammar and Punctuation
- Essays, Term Papers and Citations
Tutoring services are not just for students struggling with classwork, but it is also for students who want to stay ahead. We provide help with study skills, time management and test anxiety. Visit our website for more details at http://www.cpcc.edu/academic_learning or call us at 704.330.6474. Centers are located at Central, Cato, Levine and Mercancus Campuses.
The Math Division will host a workshop for students who need help in Math it is entitled “Math Anxiety in Preparing for Final Exams” on Thursday, April 25 at 10:30 a.m., in the Belk Building, Room 1100. As final exams are approaching, we hope that students will gain useful tools to help them overcome some of the conditions that could affect success. Be prepared to spend some time in discussion regarding this very real condition.
Developmental Math courses are offered to help students establish a foundation of math skills that are needed to be successful in college-level math courses.
Previous Developmental Math courses (MAT) are now being offered as DMA courses.
There are eight DMA courses:
- DMA 010 Operations with Integers
- DMA 020 Fractions and Decimals
- DMA 030 Proportion/Ratios
- DMA 040 Linear Equations
- DMA 050 Graphs
- DMA 060 Polynomials/Quadratics
- DMA 070 Rational Equations
- DMA 080 Radical Equations
Students will complete the Accuplacer test through Testing and Placement. The test will determine which of the eight DMA courses students need to take in order to enhance their math skills before proceeding to college-level courses.
- Each course takes four weeks to complete.
- Four courses can be completed in a semester.
- All eight courses can be completed in two semesters.
Students must attend the first session of the course they are enrolled in.
Three learning environment options: face-to-face, online and emporium.
Need assistance with scheduling? Contact your advisor. Want to learn more? Visit www.cpcc.edu/math