Math Contest Results
Results from the latest last Math Contests were announced this week. Written by 46 KES students from Grades 9 to 12, these contests are marked on the students’ full written solutions. The contests are written, distributed and marked by The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, and they are administered by schools.
The following competitors were awarded Certificates of Distinction for scoring in the top 25% of all contestants in the world who wrote the contests.
KES Grade 9 Fryer Contest Results: 1st – Zhi (Angel) Li - she also placed 3rd in NS Tie for 2nd – Mitchell Dinn and Xikun (Ted) Yu – they also tied for 8th place in NS Tie for 4th – Yunjin (Kevin) Bai, Hannah Bryant, and Greg Otto
KES Grade 10 Galois Contest Results: 1st – Yi (Edward) Chang – he also placed 3rd in NS 2nd – Jiahuan (Edward) He 3rd – Yuxi (Lonnie) Luo 4th – Yifei (Sean) Sun 5th – Jiahe (Aaron) Lu
KES Grade 11 Hypatia Contest: 1st – Junxi (Oscar) Ou – he also placed 6th in NS 2nd – Xi (Tony) Chen – he also placed 10th in NS 3rd – Xinlan (Angela) Du Tie for 4th – Ella Brown and Haichuan (River) Qi
KES Grade 12 Euclid Contest: 1st – Jiashu (Jay) Liu – he also placed 8th in NS 2nd – Qianhui (Venus) Hong 3rd – Weijung (Joanne) Huang 4th – Weijia (Torres) Liu 5th – Ziyue (Shell) Jiang
A big congratulations to all our Math contest participants! If you wish to know your individual results please ask your teachers. Students who wish to practice problems similar to those on future contests, and to see the answers to this contest, go to cemc.uwaterloo.ca and click on Math Contests. Another way to practice is to sign up for the “Problem of the Week”, also put out by the CEMC. Click here to see problems-of-the-week questions and solutions. Have fun!
Mary Ann Dufour Math Department Head
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