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Dunbar High School students rock national math competition

Participants bring home numerous awards
Posted at 12:10 PM, Aug 07, 2019
and last updated 2019-08-07 12:10:38-04

Dunbar High School recently competed in the National Mu Alpha Theta math competition held in Las Vegas. In only its second year of competing at nationals, the team finished in 15th place.

Dunbar has quickly risen from anonymity to become one of the top math teams in the nation. The members of the team brought home numerous awards and are looking forward to having an even stronger 2019-20 competition season.

Below are the individual winners who were led by head coach Phillip Savage.

Connor Giordano – 4th Calculus Limits & Derivatives, 18th Open Speed Math, 17th Calculus Integration

Kevin Dimaculangan – 16th in Analytic Geometry, 19th in Alpha Individual, Open Speed Math – 10th, 3rd Combinations & Probability, 13thin Ciphering, 4th in Complex Numbers, 12th in Wide Open Speed Math

Dennis Whitener – 20th in Trigonometry, 18th Open Speed Math, 10thAlpha Chalk Talk, 8th in Logs and Exponents

Carson Mulvey – 19th in Circles, 4th Chalk Talk, 10th in Combinations & Probability, 8th in Conics & Analytic Geometry,

Julian Larsen – 12th in Theta Gemini

Mu School Bowl – 7th

Alpha School Bowl – 11th

Theta School Bowl – 6th

Overall Place – 15th