Three bronze metals for Puerto Rico

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Three Puerto Rican students won bronze medals at the XXXII Ibero-American Mathematics Olympiad, which was held recently in Iguazu, Argentina.

The students, trained by professors from the Mayagüez University campus (RUM), were Sebastián Latin, from the residential Center of educational opportunities of Mayaguez (CROEM); Omar Santiago, high school specializing in science, mathematics and technology (CIMATEC); and Miguel Tulla of the school Notre Dame, these last two in Caguas.

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Bronze for Puerto Rico in Math Olympics

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Francisco Proskauer Valerio, student at Tasis de Dorado won a bronze medal during the 56 International Math Olympics in Thailand.  

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Intermediate School students participated in Mathcounts competition

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Carlos M. Rivera-Cuesta, APR



San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 28, 2014 – The state competition MATHCOUNTS® that helps to develop excellence in math among intermediate school students, has a great final on March 28.  About 25 private and public institutions were represented among the 200 participants.

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