Among the 4 documents that you have prepared, the jury makes you pick

**2 subjects out of 4,**without looking, then you choose**1 out of 2,**after reading them.
For the exercise, they'll make you choose

**1 out of 2**subjects, on different themes, among probabilities, sequences, statistics and functions.**1)**You'll have

**20 min**to

**prepare**the exercise that they'll give you, (on probabilities, sequences, functions or statistics) and you'll have

**10 min**to

**present**it on the white board. (The subjects of the exercises of Baccalauréat DNL of the last 6 years : http://www2.ac-toulouse.fr/math/lycee/dnl/annales/ ).

**2)**When you present the second part of the oral (the document),

**i**

**ntroduce**your subject make a

**plan**and announce it (1st part, 2nd part)

**,**then

**develop**it

**,**and as a

**conclusion**give your personal opinion about the document. You'll have

**5 min**to

**present**your document and then

**5 min**of

**questions**about it (or about more general questions).

**Do not bring**any Powerpoint or any documents from home.

Do it all from memory,

**without learning by heart**.

Talk about it freely, but w

**ith a structure**(introduction, development, conclusion).

Baccalaureat : how are the marks given during the oral exam ?

**1)**Fractals

**(T. S or T. ES)**

**2)**Four physics riddles

**(T. S.)**

**3)**Is the earth flat ?

**(T. S. or T. ES)**

**Sex and marriage theorems**

**4)****(T. S. or T. ES)**

**6)**Fibonacci

**(T. S.)**

**7)**Kakeya's needle problem

**(T. S.)**

**9)**

**Hilbert hotel**

**(T. S. or T. ES)**

**10)**Futurama theorem

**(T. S. or T. ES)**

**11)**Rubik's cube and the Enigma machine (Alan Turing)

**(T. S.)**

**12)**Magnus effect (Physics)

**(T. S.)**

**13)**Anti-gravity wheel (Physics)

**(T. S.)**

**14)**Computer Science Unplugged.

**(T. S. or T. ES)**

**16)**Monty Hall

**(T. S. or T. ES)**

**17)**Japanese multiplication

**(T. S. or T. ES)**