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Let's Play Math

Join Our 10th Anniversary Celebration

You're invited! Celebrate the beauty of math with our math department faculty while having fun playing with our interactive math tools with your family and friends. There will be new tools this year that we are excited to share with you.

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Designed for elementary and middle school students and their families, the event is open to everyone who wants to play!

Saturday, April 27, 2019
1-3:30 p.m.
Buildings 4500 & 4600


FREE ADMISSION:  Tickets will be emailed to you one week before the event date. Space is limited. Please register at your earliest convenience to receive a ticket. 

PARKING:  Parking is free in Lots 4, 5, and 6.  A $3 parking fee is required in all other lots. See campus map.

Why We Host Let's Play Math

Through engaging and fun activities at the event, we hope your family, especially young kids, develops positive interests in mathematics and its applications in the real world.

We hope that you and your family can carry the fun memories throughout your lives.

Explore these questions and more!

  • Would you like to find your body’s golden ratio as you measure your height?
  • Why is a honeycomb hexagon-shaped?
  • What happens when you play pool on an elliptical table?


Contact Young Hee Park Lee at or 650.949.7560.

Sponsors: Foothill College, Samsung, MATHLOVE, and KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and US Foundation

Register for Let's Play Math

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I'm Here to Help!

Zach Cembellin, Math Department Chair


Office Room 4135