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Math Awareness Month About 2010

2010 Mathematics Awareness Month

April 2010

Mathematics Department, University of Kansas announces

Mathematics Competition
at four levels: Third-Fourth, Fifth-Sixth,
Junior High and High School

First, Second and Third Prizes awarded at each level.

Saturday, April 3, 2010
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
405 Snow Hall
University of Kansas

The exam at the third-fourth grade level will reflect math taught through the fourth grade; the fifth-sixth grade level will reflect math taught through the sixth grade. The exam at the Junior High level will reflect the level of math taught through the eighth grade. The exam at the High School level will cover material through the eleventh grade.  Calculators will be allowed on the exam. Presentation of solutions is considered in the grading of the exam. Sample exams are on the department's web site. For more information contact Bozenna Pasik-Duncan, 864-5162 (bozenna@math.ku.edu).

Winners will be notified by mail. Certificates for participants will be sent to their schools.

Registration begins at 2:00 pm. The exam will start at 2:30 pm and will last about one hour. Parents are welcome to wait in the lounge areas during the exam. Participants will be released to these areas when they complete the exam.

You may register using one of the following options:

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