MATH TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2018

 
 
MATH TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2018

  • OHIO MATH LEAGUE (a series of 6 competitions;  students throughout the state of OHIO participate)

Mason earned the 1st place award in OHIO!
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  • LOG 1 MU ALPHA THETA (a series of 3 competitions; students throughout the US participate)

Mason earned the 9th place award within our  REGION (There are a total of 4 regions in the Nation)
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  • OCTM (Ohio Council of Teacher of Mathematics) - FEBRUARY 24TH, 2018

SUMMARY of Competition:
40 Questions; 1 Hour; Maximum score one can receive – 40 Points
72 Ohio Teams (Number of individuals 839)
10 William Mason High Students Competed (parentheses: grade; score; place out of 200):
 
Jeffrey Huang (12;33; 51ST)
Justin Huang (9; 33; 51ST)
Jeremy Kim (11; 33; 51ST)
Jack Li (12; 37; 20TH)
Richard Liu (11; 37; 20TH)
Sruthi Parthasarathi (10; 40; 1ST)
Ayanav Roy (9; 38; 14TH)
Aditya Vadlamani (12; 36; 28TH)
Alex Ye (9; 37; 20TH)
Peter Zhu (12; 39; 5TH)
OCTM - TOP 10 TEAMS PLACEMENTS
(out of 72 Schools; scores from the top 4 students from each school determine overall placement):

  1. WILLIAM MASON HIGH 154 Points (only 10 students) STATE CHAMPS

Sycamore High 154 (tied) (Had 23 students present)

  1. Columbus Academy 152
  2. Dublin Coffman 137

Western Reserve Academy 137

  1. Dublin Jerome 136
  2. Avon Lake 133

Hawken Upper 133

  1. Strongsville 130
  2. Seven Hills Upper 129

 
Students compete in the OCTM to qualify for the OHMIO. This is considered the STATE competition.
 
ALL INDIVIDUALS WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE OCTM QUALIFIED FOR THE OHMIO

  • OHMIO (Ohio High School Mathematics Invitational Olympiad)

MARCH 31ST, 2018 at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio
BACKGROUND INFORMATION REGARDING THE OHMIO

  • The competition is to reward mathematical excellence and encourage team work
  • The competition challenges students in 3 different areas:  individually, ciphering, and championship (students from different schools are teamed together).
  • The top scoring Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics (OCTM) Tournament individuals are invited to participate. The qualifying score for 2018 was 28.

 
The 10 students who participated in the OCTM qualified for OHMIO, 9 of which participated (alphabetical):
INDIVIDUAL CIPHERING CHAMPIONSHIP TOP PERFORMER/CATEGORY
 
Jeffrey Huang         15        30           70.5        10TH IN INDIVIDUAL;
 15TH IN CHAMPIONSHIP (SUPER MATHLETE!)
 
Justin Huang           8            34            57.5
Jeremy Kim           6        18            49.5
 
Jack Li          11       48             71         4TH IN CIPHERING;
14TH IN CHAMPIONSHIP (SUPER MATHLETE!)
 
Richard Liu          14        20             70        15TH IN INDIVIDUAL
 
Sruthi Parthasarathi   16              30           79.5             TH IN INDIVIDUAL;
 6TH IN CHAMPIONSHIP (SUPER MATHLETE!)
 
Aditya Vadlamani       10          0             56
Alex Ye           9               30           62.5
 
Peter Zhu          17        47           84.75               4TH IN INDIVIDUAL; 6TH IN CIPHERING;
  4TH IN CHAMPIONSHIP (SUPER MATHLETE!)
 
(No overall team performance is established/determined at this competition)
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  • USAJMO (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA JUNIOR MATH OLYMPIAD)-March 18 & 19, 2018

 
Congrats to Sruthi Parthasarathi (10th grade) who qualified for this math competition.
In order to qualify for this event, students have to do well in both the AMC 10/12 and the AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examination.  The AMC is a 15 question, 75 minute examination and the AIME is a 15 question, three hour examination.
The USAJMO is a 6 question proof examination, that is spread out over nine hours between two days (3 questions per day). Qualifying students are U.S. citizens and students studying in the U.S. and Canada. Results will be available mid to late May. 
 
Additional: Peter Zhu received the Mu Alpha Theta Scholarship for $4000