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Can you make the "Who Wants to be a Mathematician" into a sticky?

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In summary, "Who Wants to be a Mathematician" is a game show-style competition for high school students that tests their mathematical knowledge and skills. The competition consists of two rounds and covers a wide range of topics in mathematics. High school students in grades 9-12 are eligible to participate and there are prizes for both the winner and all contestants.

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Can you make the "Who Wants to be a Mathematician" into a sticky?

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Great idea!

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Where is it? Has it been stickied yet?

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Sounds like a good idea to me. I've gone ahead and stickied it...stuck it......made it a sticky.

"Who Wants to be a Mathematician" is a game show-style competition for high school students that tests their mathematical knowledge and skills.

The competition consists of two rounds. In the first round, contestants answer multiple-choice questions. The top four contestants then advance to the second round, where they answer more challenging questions and can earn bonus points. The contestant with the highest score at the end of the second round is declared the winner.

High school students in grades 9-12 are eligible to participate in the competition. Each school can register up to two students to compete.

The competition covers a wide range of topics in mathematics, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and statistics. There may also be questions related to real-world applications of mathematics.

Yes, the winner of "Who Wants to be a Mathematician" receives a cash prize for themselves and their school, as well as a TI graphing calculator. Additionally, all contestants receive a certificate of participation and a t-shirt.

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