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SCHS competes at Cumberland math meet

Williamsburg – The department of math and physics at Cumberland College sponsored the 2003 Annual High School Mathematics Contest on Wednesday, April 16. A total of 13 high schools, primarily from eastern Kentucky, were represented by over 150 contestants and 30 sponsors.

This year’s contest consisted of exams in six categories: algebra I, algebra II, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus, and cooperative group. Each school was allowed to enter up to two students in each of these five individual categories and a team of four students for the group competition.

Dr. James Taylor, president of Cumberland College, and Dr. Don Good, vice-president for academic affairs, presented winners in each category with trophies, plaques, or certificates.

Josey McCoy of Sheldon Clark placed fourth in algebra I.

A tradition at Cumberland College, the math contest helps prepare students in the fields of mathematics, mathematics education, physics, physics education, and engineering. For more information contact Diane Jamison, contest coordinator, at 539-4314.


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