The Tennessee Mathematics Teachers Association Fifty-Third Annual State-Wide High School Mathematics Contest took place on April 21. The Mathematics Department of Belmont University hosted six schools and about 175 students from the local area. The main purposes of the contest are to stimulate interest in mathematics and to honor those students who are outstanding in their respective subjects. Students competed in six divisions: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Statistics, Pre-calculus and Calculus and Advance Topics. The top three students in each category were recognized at the end of the day with Certificates of Merit and Belmont shirts, and their scores were forwarded for recognition at the regional and state levels.
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