MCC's High School Mathematics Competition is an annual event hosted by the Science and Mathematics Division.
Each school is allowed to bring a maximum of 12 students that are divided into groups of four students. These groups are given a battery of twelve tests with each test having four questions. The students are allowed to work together to solve the questions with a time limit of 10 minutes for each test. The first six tests are non-calculator and for the second six tests any hand held calculator is allowed.
The mathematical concepts tested are up through Precalculus. Medals are awarded for the top ten groups. The winner of the school competition is determined by totaling the top two groups of each school with trophies and medals being awarded to the top three schools.
The schools were differentiated by the total of the best two teams’ scores.
|1st Place||Flushing||66 questions correct|
|2nd Place||Jackson Lumen Christi||63 questions correct|
|3rd Place||Almont||48 questions correct|
Highest Individual Teams: Flushing and Jackson Lumen Christi Team B scored 34