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Students Present at Undergraduate Math Conference

Professors of Mathematics Barbara Ward and Daniel Biles directed three student presentations given at the 9th annual Undergraduate Mathematics Conference at the University of Tennessee on April 11. The annual conference gives undergraduate students a chance to present their mathematical research, meet other undergraduates and hear about their research.

Savannah Halliday (mathematics major) and Jackson Streeter (mathematics and computer science double major) presented “The Sandler Syndrome: Predicting Box Office Revenue.”  Jacob DeVries (music business and economics double major) presented “Using Technical Indicators to Predict Future Stock Prices.” Christopher Winfree (applied discrete mathematics major) presented “Predicting a Minor League Player’s Success in MLB.”  The conference featured eleven research presentations given by college students throughout the region.

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