BASIS Scottsdale student to compete at math competition

Posted 12/23/19

Kishore Rajesh, a junior at BASIS Scottsdale, is one of 13 contestants who has qualified to compete for $10,000 in the 2020 Who Wants to Be a Mathematician Championship featuring top math students from the US, Canada, and the UK.

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BASIS Scottsdale student to compete at math competition

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Kishore Rajesh, a junior at BASIS Scottsdale, is one of 13 contestants who has qualified to compete for $10,000 in the 2020 Who Wants to Be a Mathematician Championship featuring top math students from the US, Canada, and the UK.

The contest is held as part of the Joint Mathematics Meetings --- the largest annual gathering of mathematicians worldwide --- in Denver, Colo. on Jan. 18

Kishore was one of the top scorers on the 2020 Who Wants to Be a Mathematician Championship online qualifying test with questions on algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and probability, which was administered by high school math teachers in the US, Canada, and the UK using Möbius, a product of DigitalEd.

This is the 10-year anniversary of the Who Wants to Be a Mathematician Championship contest and the third international version. The AMS has been doing regional contests at universities and science centers from Boston to Hawaii since 2001.

In the contest’s history, nearly 1,000 students have won over $600,000 in cash and prizes and have been cheered on by over 20,000 classmates and mathematicians.

The top prize in the contest is $5,000 for the winner and $5,000 for the math department of the winner’s school.

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