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'''Pacific Life Math Day at the Beach''' is a [[mathematical problem solving]] festival for Southern California high school students.
 
'''Pacific Life Math Day at the Beach''' is a [[mathematical problem solving]] festival for Southern California high school students.
  

Revision as of 21:07, 3 May 2008

This is an AoPSWiki Word of the Week for April 4-11

Pacific Life Math Day at the Beach is a mathematical problem solving festival for Southern California high school students.

There is both individual and team competition. Teams represent high schools and have 6 members each. The competition takes place on a Saturday in March.


Winning schools

  • 2000: Palos Verdes Peninsula HS
  • 2001: Palos Verdes Peninsula HS
  • 2002: University HS, Irvine
  • 2003: University HS, Irvine
  • 2004: North Hollywood HS (won tiebreaker over University)
  • 2005: North Hollywood HS
  • 2006: Division A: North Hollywood HS --- Division B: Palos Verdes Peninsula HS
  • 2007: Division A: North Hollywood HS --- Division B: Troy HS, Fullerton
  • 2008: Division A: University HS, Irvine --- Division B: Northwood HS, Irvine

Winning individuals

  • 2000: Eric Liang, Sunny Hills HS, Fullerton
  • 2001: Allen Huang, Palos Verdes Peninsula HS
  • 2002: Wen Li, Arcadia HS
  • 2003: Yingkun (Roger) Li, Mark Keppel HS, Alhambra
  • 2004: Will Nygard, Coronado HS (competing as an independent)
  • 2005: Tedrick Leung, North Hollywood HS
  • 2006: Tedrick Leung, North Hollywood HS
  • 2007: Tedrick Leung, North Hollywood HS
  • 2008: Jeffrey Manning, Homeschooled (competing as an independent)

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