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Northern Minnesota Mathematics Contest

The Northern Minnesota Mathematics Contest consists of a one-hour 40-question multiple-choice test. The junior exam is for 9th and 10th graders and the senior exam for 11th and 12th graders. Plaques, medals and t-shirts are used for awards for team and individual winners.

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The 41st Northern Minnesota Mathematics Contest
Will be held on: October 29, 2013

38th Annual Contest – 2010

Junior Division

Class AA

  • 1st Place – Bemidji
  • 2nd Place – Detroit Lakes

Class A

  • 1st Place – Kittson Central
  • 2nd Place – Thief River Falls
  • 3rd Place – Pelican Rapids
  • 4th Place – Blackduck

Senior Division

Class AA

  • 1st Place – Bemidji
  • 2nd Place – Detroit Lakes

Class A

  • 1st Place – Pelican Rapids
  • 2nd Place – Sebeka
  • 3rd Place – Warroad
  • 4th Place – Lake Park-Audubon

There were 572 participants from 20 high schools.
Contest Director – Glen Richgels

"... Numbers, far from being tedious and dry, are charged with poetry, and are the finest witness to the cultural unity of the human race."
Georges Ifrah The Universal History of Numbers.