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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Discovery Math Team Does A Number on Competitors in National Math Contest

Posted by John Peck in General

Discovery Middle School did a number on their competitors in a national math competition.

Discovery placed 1st and 3rd in the 2018 Four-By-Four National Assessment competition among middle schools.
Congratulations to math students Maanasi Limaye, Justin Pan, Ashwin Prabhakar, and Mike Zhang for their first place finish. Discovery’s team of Neha Chopade, Puja Chopade, Julia Nguyen, and Constance Wang placed third.  

Bob Jones and James Clemens math teams placed in the top 10 in the high school division.

teams of four participated in 10 three-minute rounds in which they attempted to answer four questions.
This effectively gives each student three minutes to answer one problem, but the team must also decide who will work each problem and whether their time would be better spent checking one another’s work on easier and more familiar problems or if they should attempt to answer all four questions.
You can see team results and the high school team results using this link. 

http://www.natassessment.com/4x4/2018_4x4_Results/2018_4x4_Results_FrameDef.htm

 


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