Three high school students are among the top 100 finishers in the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition exam. Scott Hadley, from Central High School, and Liam Maloney and Camil Suciu from Northern High School scored high enough on part two of the MMPC exam to earn this top honor. Part I of the MMPC is open to all students in Michigan high schools. The exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions involving topics from high school mathematics. From over 6,000 participants in Part I, the top 1,000 students are invited to take Part II of the MMPC. On Part II of the exam, students work on five challenging problems and write their solutions providing full justification and proof of their claims. The students with the top 100 scores on the two parts of the competition are honored at an awards program at Albion College in March. Approximately $20,000 in scholarships ranging from at least $25 to $2,500 will be awarded at the awards program. Congratulations students!
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