### Maths Inspiration

*Live on Stage!*

### Brought to you by the National Museum of Mathematics

Featuring Matt Parker, Rob Eastaway, and Jen Rogers

— Tuesday, October 2, 10:00 am to noon —

Educators, do your students wonder: “What’s the point of algebra? Who on earth needs Pythagoras? And who cares about exponents, anyway?” Inspire your students — even the ones who don’t love math — with a large venue, interactive stage show on October 2 featuring some of the UK’s most engaging math performers, including YouTube phenom Matt Parker, the internationally renowned stand-up mathematician / comedian.

Doors will open 30 minutes before show time.

Read more about Matt, Rob, and Jen.

This show is intended for high school groups only. The show is accessible to *all* students, 9th grade and up, with reasonable mathematical competency; it is not age-appropriate for those below 9th grade. Home school groups may email functions@momath.org to request admittance. Anyone who registers and is not part of a high school group will not be admitted and will not receive a refund.

Tickets are available online via the links below. Registration closes on October 1 at 5:00 pm.

Tickets may be available at a discounted rate for Title I schools. To inquire, please email functions@momath.org.

Special thanks to OppenheimerFunds and Bank of America for making this event possible.

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## LocationBaruch Performing Arts Center |
## ContactPhone: (212) 542-0566 |