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The Fifth Annual Upper Peninsula High School Math Challenge was from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. EST on Saturday 15 March 2014 at Northern Michigan University (Marquette Co, MI).
The contest was attended by 108 students on 28 teams representing the following 7 schools:
Munising High And Middle School, Munising Public Schools (Alger Co, MI)
Escanaba Area Public High School, Escanaba Area Public Schools (Delta Co, MI)
North Dickinson School, North Dickinson County Schools (Dickinson Co, MI)
A.D. Johnston Jr/Sr High School, Bessemer Area School District (Gogebic Co, MI)
Lake Linden-Hubbell High School, Lake Linden-Hubbell School District (Houghton Co, MI)
Ishpeming High School, Ishpeming Public School District (Marquette Co, MI)
Marquette Senior High School, Marquette Area Public Schools (Marquette Co, MI)
Part 1 consisted of ten individual problems. Each team earned a point on each problem for each member who solved it correctly. A maximum of 40 points could be earned on this part. Here is the list of Individual Problems and Solutions.
Part 2 consisted of five team problems. Each team earned four points for each correct answer. A maximum of 20 points could be earned on this part. Here is the list of Team Problems and Solutions.
Part 3 consisted of three relay questions. 4 points were given to teams who solved the relay in 3 minutes; 3 points for a 6-minute solution; 2 points for a 9-minute solution; 1 point for a 12-minute solution. Bonus points of 3, 2, 1 were given to the first, second, and third place team in each relay, respectively. Potentially, 21 points could be earned on this part. Here is the list of Relay Problems and Solutions.
First place went to Q T πs (Lake Linden-Hubbell High School).
Second place went to The Radicals (A.D. Johnston Jr/Sr High School).
Third place went to Math Mo's (Escanaba Area Public High School).
The first place individual was Noah Stetson from Ishpeming High School.
The second place individual was Zach Mazurek from A.D. Johnston Jr/Sr High School.
The third place individual was Jess Masson from A.D. Johnston Jr/Sr High School..
More details may be found in our invitation.
If your school would like to participate, please fill out and return the registration form.
Here is the schedule.
For practice problems, please visit the website for the first, second, third, and fourth Math Challenges!