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    christopherchen

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    Math Team

    Post  christopherchen on Tue Mar 09, 2010 11:58 pm

    What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi! But all puns aside, math is definitely on the minds of the members of AHS’ Math Team, working hard at and since their latest competition. The team’s 30-some members exhibited their interest and skill in math. Math Team’s main focus is the Bay Math League (BML), whose third meet Mar. 17 was at West Torrance High School.

    AHS’ Math Team’s preparation for the BML is no small task. Almost all material at BML meets is extracurricular. Therefore, members must have a high level of commitment to learn an advanced level of Calculus, Algebra, and other subjects. It is no wonder then that the team must dedicate itself to one and a half hour meetings weekly where members work hard on practice problems and new material.

    Before the competition, the team’s thirty-some members test into smaller, ten-member teams. Everyone takes two or more tough ten-minute, ten-point tests. Individual awards are given out but out of everyone who competes at the competition, only the scores of Team A and Team B’s count toward AHS’ Math Team’s score who also take a collective, team test.

    This is Math Team’s third Bay Math League meet: it has placed first in the first meet with a margin to remain in first by three points after placing third at the second meet.
    [scores, any awards to mention, maybe a quote]
    Win: Math Team placed _____, holding first place with _____ points ahead of ________.
    Lose: Math Team placed _____, terminating its winning streak to ______.
    Congratulations to all of Math Team, and good luck at your next competition [when, where].

    Joanna Liao

    Posts : 161
    Join date : 2009-09-01
    Age : 23

    Re: Math Team

    Post  Joanna Liao on Wed Mar 10, 2010 7:27 pm

    What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi! But all puns aside, math is definitely on the minds of the members of AHS’ Math Team, working hard at and (delete: at and) since their latest competition. The team’s 30-some members exhibited their interest and skill in math. Math Team’s main focus is the Bay Math League (BML), whose (?) third meet Mar. 17 was at West Torrance High School.

    AHS’ Math Team’s preparation for the BML is no small task. Almost all material at BML meets is extracurricular. Therefore, members must have a high level of commitment to learn an advanced level of Calculus, Algebra, and other subjects. It is no wonder then (delete: then) that the team must dedicate itself to one and a half hour meetings weekly where members work hard on practice problems and new material.

    Before the competition, the team’s thirty-some members test into smaller, ten-member teams. Everyone takes two or more tough ten-minute, ten-point tests. Individual awards are given out but out of everyone who competes at the competition, only the scores of Team A and Team B’s count toward AHS’ Math Team’s score who also take a collective, team test.

    This is Math Team’s third Bay Math League meet: it has placed first in the first meet with a margin to remain in first by three points after placing third at the second meet.
    [scores, any awards to mention, maybe a quote]
    Win: Math Team placed _____, holding first place with _____ points ahead of ________.
    Lose: Math Team placed _____, terminating its winning streak to ______.
    Congratulations to all of Math Team, and good luck at your next competition [when, where].

    christopherchen

    Posts : 68
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Math Team skeleton

    Post  christopherchen on Wed Mar 10, 2010 9:16 pm

    What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi! But all puns aside, math is definitely on the minds of the members of AHS’ Math Team, working hard since their latest competition. The team’s 30-some members exhibited their interest and skill in math. Math Team’s main focus is the Bay Math League (BML), the third meet of which was held Mar. 17 was at West Torrance High School.

    AHS’ Math Team’s preparation for the BML is no small task. Almost all material at BML meets is extracurricular. Therefore, members must have a high level of commitment to learn an advanced level of Calculus, Algebra, and other subjects. It is no wonder that the team must dedicate itself to one and a half hour meetings weekly where members work hard on practice problems and new material.

    Before the competition, the team’s thirty-some members test into smaller, ten-member teams. Everyone takes two or more tough ten-minute, ten-point tests. Individual awards are given out but out of everyone who competes at the competition, only the scores of Team A and Team B’s count toward AHS’ Math Team’s score who also take a collective, team test.

    This is Math Team’s third Bay Math League meet: it has placed first in the first meet with a margin to remain in first by three points after placing third at the second meet.
    [scores, any awards to mention, maybe a quote]
    Win: Math Team placed _____, holding first place with _____ points ahead of ________.
    Lose: Math Team placed _____, terminating its winning streak to ______.
    Congratulations to all of Math Team, and good luck at your next competition [when, where].

    christopherchen

    Posts : 68
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Math Team skeleton

    Post  christopherchen on Fri Mar 12, 2010 6:35 pm

    What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi! But all puns aside, math is definitely on the minds of the members of AHS’ Math Team, working hard since their latest competition. The team’s 30-some members exhibited their interest and skill in math. Math Team’s main focus is the Bay Math League (BML), the third meet of which was held Mar. 17 was at West Torrance High School.

    AHS’ Math Team’s preparation for the BML is no small task. Previous meets have been focused on extracurricular math. However, this meet’s material is actually covered in high school curriculum. Either way, the BML includes many tough, advanced problems. Therefore, members must have a high level of commitment to learn an advanced level of Calculus, Algebra, and other subjects. It is no wonder that the team must dedicate itself to one and a half hour meetings weekly where members work hard on practice problems of different materials.

    Before the competition, the team’s thirty-some members test into smaller, ten-member teams. Everyone takes two or more tough ten-minute, ten-point tests. Individual awards are given out but out of everyone who competes at the competition, only the scores of Team A and Team B’s count toward AHS’ Math Team’s score, each of which also takes a collective, team test.

    This is Math Team’s third Bay Math League meet: it has placed first in the first meet with a margin to remain in first by three points after placing third at the second meet.
    [scores, any awards to mention, maybe a quote]
    Win: Math Team placed _____, holding first place with _____ points ahead of ________.
    Lose: Math Team placed _____, terminating its winning streak to ______.
    Congratulations to all of Math Team, and good luck at your next competition [when, where].

    Joanna Liao

    Posts : 161
    Join date : 2009-09-01
    Age : 23

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    Post  Joanna Liao on Fri Mar 12, 2010 11:54 pm

    What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi! But all puns aside, math is definitely on the minds of the members of AHS’ Math Team, working hard since their latest competition. The team’s 30-some members exhibited their interest and skill in math. Math Team’s main focus is the Bay Math League (BML), the third meet of which was held Mar. 17 was at West Torrance High School.

    AHS’ Math Team’s preparation for the BML is no small task. Previous meets have been focused on extracurricular math. However, this meet’s material is actually covered in high school curriculum. Either way, the BML includes many tough, advanced problems. Therefore, members must have a high level of commitment to learn an advanced level of Calculus, Algebra, and other subjects. It is no wonder that the team must dedicate itself to one and a half hour meetings weekly (comma) where members work hard on practice problems of different materials.

    Before the competition, the team’s thirty-some members test into smaller, ten-member teams. Everyone takes two or more tough ten-minute, ten-point tests. Individual awards are given out but out of everyone who competes at the competition, only the scores of Team A and Team B’s count toward AHS’ Math Team’s score, each of which also takes a collective, team test (I think this sentence is too long LOL).

    This is Math Team’s third Bay Math League meet: it has placed first in the first meet with a margin to remain in first by three points after placing third at the second meet.
    [scores, any awards to mention, maybe a quote]
    Win: Math Team placed _____, holding first place with _____ points ahead of ________.
    Lose: Math Team placed _____, terminating its winning streak to ______.
    Congratulations to all of Math Team, and good luck at your next competition [when, where].

    christopherchen

    Posts : 68
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Math Team

    Post  christopherchen on Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:07 pm

    What do you get if you divide the circumference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi! But all puns aside, math is definitely on the minds of the members of AHS’ Math Team, working hard since their latest competition. The team’s 30-some members exhibited their interest and skill in math. Math Team’s main focus is the Bay Math League (BML), the third meet of which was held Mar. 17 was at West Torrance High School.

    AHS’ Math Team’s preparation for the BML is no small task. Previous meets have been focused on extracurricular math. However, this meet’s material is actually covered in high school curriculum. Either way, the BML includes many tough, advanced problems. Therefore, members must have a high level of commitment to learn an advanced level of Calculus, Algebra, and other subjects. It is no wonder that the team must dedicate itself to one and a half hour meetings weekly, where members work hard on practice problems of different materials.

    Before the competition, the team’s thirty-some members test into smaller, ten-member teams. Everyone takes two or more tough ten-minute, ten-point tests. Individual awards are given out but out of everyone who competes at the competition, only the scores of Team A and Team B’s count toward AHS’ Math Team’s score. After individual testing, Team A and B take a collective, team test, which is also counted to Math Team’s score.

    This is Math Team’s third Bay Math League meet: it has placed first in the first meet with a margin to remain in first by three points after placing third at the second meet.
    [scores, any awards to mention, maybe a quote]
    Win: Math Team placed _____, holding first place with _____ points ahead of ________.
    Lose: Math Team placed _____, terminating its winning streak to ______.
    Congratulations to all of Math Team, and good luck at your next competition [when, where].

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