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Way to go, Grade 7 and 8 Mathletes!

Posted by KES Blogging Team on Jun 6, 2019 7:47:36 PM

All Grade 7 and 8 students recently took part in the University of Waterloo Gauss Mathematics Competition. This is the last contest in a series of year-long challenging Waterloo mathematics competitions for students from Grades 7 through Grade 12. Everyone benefits from the excellent problem-solving opportunities that these contests provide. This year’s results indicated some excellent up-and-coming mathletes. I congratulate the following students who were the top 3 scorers at each grade level: 
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Grade 7: 
First Place: Lucas Martin
Second Place: Mengjin (Eric) He
Third Place: Tanvi Manchineni

Grade 8:
First Place: Jessica Ugwoke
Second Place: Athena Cox
Third Place: Sidney Schwartz

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It has been a great year of mathematical growth for our students: from our regular Dalhousie University Math Circle excursions to the ongoing problem-solving seminars on campus, I commend all students for their interest and participation. Good luck on your final exams! 
 
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