Problem Solving Contest for Area High School Students
October 29, 2010, 1:00-2:30PM, Rooms: Durham Science Center (DSC)
Teachers' room: DSC 208. All students will go to room DSC 208 after the contest for refreshments and to meet the online POW organizers.
Details about the contest:
The contest consists of 5 problems, each for 10 points for a
best possible of 50 points. Each problem is graded independently
by two graders. The score per problem is the average of the two
scores. The total score of each participant is the sum of all
the averages. Any correct solution receives full credit.
Individual prizes (gift certificates) are awarded to the
participants with best totals. The school with the best sum
of its top three participants wins a traveling trophy.
The name of the winning school is engraved on the trophy,
and the school will keep it for display until the next year.
The problems are proposed by
Janice Rech, Nick Navarro, Julia Warnke, Andrew Tew, and John Maloney,
and graded by
and the following students: Josh DeWitt, Jami Harper, Nick Navarro, Andrew Tew, and Julia Warnke.
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