The Inland Northwest Mathematics Experience (INME) is a day of cooperative mathematics activities for Northwest middle school and high school students on the WSU Pullman Campus. It was held on Friday, November 5th, 2010 for middle school students and on Monday, November 8th, 2010 for high school students. Students arrived on campus to participate in hands-on mathematical exercises. Participating students were enrolled in a variety of classes which included advanced and remedial mathematical exercises. The following photos were randomly taken throughout both days and are in no particular order.
Photos from the 8th Annual Inland Northwest Mathematics Experience
November 5 and November 8, 2010
A special thanks to contributors' of the event. Dr. Kim Vincent, of the Department of Mathematics who organized the event with the help of staff member Pam Guptill and members of the registered student organization PreToM (Preservice Teachers of Mathematics). WSU students enrolled in Math 330 - Secondary Mathematical Methods, created the hands-on activities for participating students.
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