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Winners at the Mathletics 2010

At the Mathletics 2010 held on 27 Nov 2010 by Scarborough Chapter of PEO, 59 students participated in Junior Level and 41 students in Senior Level.

Prize Junior Senior
First Tom Ding Teodora Blidaru
Second Saiyam Patel Vraj Bhavsar
Third Nandhini Menon Umaseh Sivanesan
Fourth Eric Chen Kaushal Maganti
Fifth Zachary LaPointe Ben Zhang

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Event details

When 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where Scarborough Civic Center
150 Borough Drive
Scarborough
Participants

Junior Category - Gr 6 and under
Senior Category - Gr 8 and under

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Registration Registration limited to 100 participants in each category. Registration Closed.
Thank you for interest in Matletics and registering.
Parental Permission Parent or Guardian need to sign a consent form for the child to participate. Download consent form
Cost $ 5.00 per entrant
Contact mathletics2010@peoscarborough.ca
Prizes Over $ 600/- cash PRIZES will be awarded to the best five students in each category.
First : $ 100, Second : $ 80, Third : $60, Fourth : $40, Fifth : $20 in each category.
Special prizes for teachers!

What is Mathletics ?

Mathletics is a competition designed to create a passion in the application of mathematics in solving day-to-day scientific and engineering problems. Students will be challenged in creative use of mathematics.  Different facets of mathematics will be introduced and tested.

Professional Engineers Ontario - Scarborough Chapter has been conducting this challenge for young prospective engineers for the past 4 years and it has become o popular that other organizations such as Visions of Science (VOS), National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), other chapters of PEO are seeking assistance of Scarborough Chapter to conduct this challenging game of Math and Engineering/Science/Sports etc. at their locations - because Engineering and Mathematics co-exist in one way or other in our daily life, sports activities etc.

How is the game played ?

Mathletics is normally conducted in an auditorium and all guests/parents/teachers/well wishers will be able to watch the students in action. Questions will be projected on a screen and the students will respond using remote/clickers. Results and answers will also be displayed on a large screen.

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