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    oisheeshemontee

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    Math Team

    Post  oisheeshemontee on Sun Nov 08, 2009 8:43 pm

    I still need to interview Ms. King and get a picture for this.

    Add a few math whizzes, multiply the calculators, and exponentially increase the fun, and you’ll be presented with the members of AHS’s very own Math Team! Ranging from two freshmen to approximately 24 upperclassmen, this award-winning team focuses on learning and applying their skills in a broad variety of mathematics, ranging from geometry to calculus and beyond.
    Ever since the final member selections made early in October, Math team members have been diligently attending meetings every Wednesday afternoon in P-2, getting ready for their first competition of the year, the Bay Math League meet that took place at Long Beach on Wednesday, Nov. 18. “___________________________”, Ms. King, their adviser commented on their commitment to the team.
    The Bay Math League is one of Math Team’s two main competitions, the other being the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). Unlike Bay Math League, the AMC requires individual entries only, not only pitting members against each other but also against the rest of the nation. The Bay Math League, on the other hand, requires teams of minimum ____ members, and is divided up into four meets throughout the year, the first of which was on this past Wednesday.
    AHS’s mathematicians distinguished themselves very well, placing ___ out of _____. “We are really happy with the team this year, and we have high hopes for them. Hopefully this year we’ll regain our title of first in the League”, said captain Pallavi Bugga optimistically.
    Along with the regular competitions of Bay Math League and AMC, Math team usually also attends optional tournaments like Math Day at Pepperdine (held at Pepperdine College) and Math Day at the Beach (held at Cal State Long Beach). Their next meet will be held on ________ at __________________.
    At this point, with their year off to a good start and hopefully many more triumphs to look forward to, it looks like all Math Team needs for world domination is a pencil and a handy TI-89.

    ashleychi

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    Re: Math Team

    Post  ashleychi on Wed Nov 11, 2009 10:59 am

    EDIT 1

    Add a few math whizzes, multiply the calculators, and [delete] exponentially increase the fun, and you’ll be presented with the members of AHS’s very own Math Team! Ranging from two freshmen to approximately 24 upperclassmen [change to 'Composed of everyone from freshmen to seniors'] , this award-winning team focuses on learning and applying their skills in a broad variety [change to 'the field'] of mathematics, ranging from geometry to calculus and beyond.
    Ever since the final member selections made early in October, Math team [capitalize] members have been diligently attending meetings every Wednesday afternoon in P-2, getting ready for their first competition of the year, the Bay Math League meet that took place at Long Beach on Wednesday, [delete] Nov. 18. [a bit lengthy, separate] “___________________________”, Ms. King, their adviser commented on their commitment to the team.
    The Bay Math League is one of Math Team’s two main competitions, the other being the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). Unlike Bay Math League, the AMC requires individual entries only, not only pitting members against each other but also against the rest of the nation. The Bay Math League, on the other hand, requires teams of minimum ____ members, and is divided up into four meets throughout the year, the first of which was on this past Wednesday.
    AHS’s mathematicians distinguished themselves very well, placing ___ out of _____. “We are really happy with the team this year, and we have high hopes for them. Hopefully this year we’ll regain our title of first in the League”, said captain Pallavi Bugga optimistically.
    Along with the regular competitions of Bay Math League and AMC, Math team usually [delete]also attends optional tournaments like Math Day at Pepperdine (held at Pepperdine College) and Math Day at the Beach (held at Cal State Long Beach). Their next meet will be held on ________ at __________________.
    At this point, with their year off to a good start and hopefully many more triumphs to look forward to, it looks like all Math Team needs for world domination is a pencil and a handy TI-89.

    oisheeshemontee

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    Re: Math Team

    Post  oisheeshemontee on Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:31 pm

    Add a few math whizzes, multiply the calculators, exponentially increase the fun, and you’ll be presented with the members of AHS’s very own Math Team! Composed of everyone from freshmen to seniors, this award-winning team focuses on learning and applying their skills in the field of mathematics, ranging from geometry to calculus and beyond.
    Ever since the final member selections made early in October, Math Team members have been diligently attending meetings every Wednesday afternoon in P-2, preparing for their first tournament, the Bay Math League meet held at Long Beach Poly on Nov. 18. “___________________________”, Ms. King, their adviser commented on their commitment to the team. Two years ago, Math Team won first place in League, and although they won third place last year, it seems like this year they have their eye on the gold.
    Although the Bay Math League is Math Team’s main competition, most members also choose to participate in the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). Unlike Bay Math League, the AMC requires individual entries only, not only pitting members against each other but also against the rest of the nation. The Bay Math League, on the other hand, requires teams of minimum ____ members, and is divided up into four meets throughout the year, the first of which was on this past Wednesday.
    AHS’s mathematicians distinguished themselves very well, placing ___ out of _____. “We are really happy with the team this year, and we have high hopes for them. Hopefully this year we’ll regain our title of first in the League”, said captain Pallavi Bugga optimistically.
    Along with the regular competitions of Bay Math League and AMC, Math Team also attends optional tournaments like Math Day at Pepperdine (held at Pepperdine College) and Math Day at the Beach (held at Cal State Long Beach). Their next meet will be held on Jan. 13 at San Marino High School.
    At this point, with their year off to a good start and hopefully many more triumphs to look forward to, it looks like all Math Team needs for world domination is a pencil and a handy TI-89.

    ashleychi

    Posts : 230
    Join date : 2009-09-02

    Re: Math Team

    Post  ashleychi on Thu Nov 12, 2009 9:04 pm

    EDIT 2

    Add a few math whizzes, multiply the calculators, exponentially increase the fun, and you’ll be presented with the members of AHS’s very own Math Team! Composed of everyone from freshmen to seniors, this award-winning team focuses on learning and applying their skills in the field of mathematics, ranging from geometry to calculus and beyond.
    Ever since the final member selections made early in October, Math Team members have been diligently attending meetings every Wednesday afternoon in P-2, preparing for their first tournament, the Bay Math League meet held at Long Beach Poly on Nov. 18. [a bit lengthy] “___________________________”, Ms. King, their adviser [advisor] [insert comma] commented on their commitment to the team. Two years ago, Math Team won first place in League, and although they won third place last year, it seems like this year they have their eye [eyes] on the gold.
    Although the Bay Math League is Math Team’s main competition, most members also choose to participate in the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). Unlike Bay Math League, the AMC requires individual entries only, not only pitting members against each other but also against the rest of the nation. The Bay Math League, on the other hand, requires teams of [change to 'with a'] minimum ____ members, and is divided up into four meets throughout the year, the first of which was on this past Wednesday.
    AHS’s mathematicians distinguished themselves very well, placing ___ out of _____. “We are really happy with the team this year, and we have high hopes for them. Hopefully this year we’ll regain our title of first in the League”, said captain Pallavi Bugga optimistically.
    Along with the regular competitions of Bay Math League and AMC, Math Team also attends optional tournaments like Math Day at Pepperdine (held at Pepperdine College) and Math Day at the Beach (held at Cal State Long Beach). Their next meet will be held on Jan. 13 at San Marino High School.
    At this point, with their year off to a good start and hopefully many more triumphs to look forward to, it looks like all Math Team needs for world domination is a pencil and a handy TI-89.

    oisheeshemontee

    Posts : 145
    Join date : 2009-09-01
    Age : 23

    Re: Math Team

    Post  oisheeshemontee on Thu Nov 12, 2009 11:36 pm

    Add a few math whizzes, multiply the calculators, exponentially increase the fun, and you’ll be presented with the members of AHS’s very own Math Team! Composed of everyone from freshmen to seniors, this award-winning team focuses on learning and applying their skills in the field of mathematics, ranging from geometry to calculus and beyond.
    Ever since the final member selections made early in October, Math Team members have been diligently attending meetings every Wednesday afternoon in P-2. "___________________________”, Ms. King, their advisor, commented on their commitment to the team. Their long hours of preparation paid off at their first tournament of the year, the Bay Math League meet at Long Beach Poly on Nov. 18. AHS’s mathematicians distinguished themselves very well, placing ___ out of _____. “We are really happy with the team this year, and we have high hopes for them. Hopefully this year we’ll regain our title of first in the League”, said captain Pallavi Bugga optimistically.
    Two years ago, Math Team won first place in League, and although their third place ranking from last year is still quite impressive, it seems like this year they have their eyes set on the gold once again.
    Although the Bay Math League is Math Team’s main competition, most members also choose to participate in the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). Unlike Bay Math League, the AMC mandates individual entries only, and pits members against each other as well as against the rest of the nation. The Bay Math League, on the other hand, requires teams with a minimum of ____ members. The entire tournament is divided up into four meets throughout the year, the next one to be held on Jan. 13 at San Marino High School. Math Team also attends optional tournaments like Math Day at Pepperdine (held at Pepperdine College) and Math Day at the Beach (held at Cal State Long Beach).
    At this point, with their year off to a good start and hopefully many more triumphs to look forward to, it looks like all Math Team needs for world domination is a pencil and a handy TI-89.

    oisheeshemontee

    Posts : 145
    Join date : 2009-09-01
    Age : 23

    Re: Math Team

    Post  oisheeshemontee on Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:12 pm

    Add a few math whizzes, multiply the calculators, exponentially increase the fun, and you’ll be presented with the members of AHS’s very own Math Team! Composed of everyone from freshmen to seniors, this award-winning team focuses on learning and applying their skills in the field of mathematics, ranging from geometry to calculus and beyond.
    Ever since the final member selections made early in October, Math Team members have been diligently attending meetings every Wednesday afternoon in P-2. "We've got a great team this year, and we're expecting great things from them”, commented Ms. King, their adviser. Their long hours of preparation paid off at their first tournament of the year, the Bay Math League meet at Long Beach Poly on Nov. 18. AHS’s mathematicians completely dominated the competition, placing first with 303 points, beating runner-up San Marino by 15 points. “We are really happy with the team this year, and we have high hopes for them. Hopefully this year we’ll regain our title of first in the League”, said captain Pallavi Bugga optimistically.
    Two years ago, Math Team won first place in League, and although their third place ranking from last year is still quite impressive, it seems like this year they have their eyes set on the gold once again.
    Although the Bay Math League is Math Team’s main competition, most members also choose to participate in the American Mathematics Competition (AMC). Unlike Bay Math League, the AMC mandates individual entries only, and pits members against each other as well as against the rest of the nation. The Bay Math League, on the other hand, requires teams of ten members. The entire tournament is divided up into four meets throughout the year, the next one to be held on Jan. 13 at San Marino High School. Math Team also attends optional tournaments like Math Day at Pepperdine (held at Pepperdine College) and Math Day at the Beach (held at Cal State Long Beach).
    At this point, with their year off to a good start and hopefully many more triumphs to look forward to, it looks like all Math Team needs for world domination is a pencil and a handy TI-89.

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