Math Contest Winners
Congratulations to the winners of this year's Chinese New Year Math Contest, where winners demonstrated their abilities to explore the mathematics of the IChing hexagrams and the Yin Yang symbol. Congratulations to all of the winners! Check out the problem: Contest
Gregory Matthews - Professional Scholar Category
Minhao Gu - Advanced Mathematics Student Category
Marie Bartz - Mathematics Education Category
Jacquelyn Gunchick - Novice Mathematics Category
Jonathan Folino - Novice Mathematics Category
Congratulations - we thank you very much for your interesting contributions!
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