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March 1, 2003

Americus- Some of Georgia's brightest compete for the chance to see who's the number one math cruncher.

Georgia Southwestern State University hosted its annual mathematics tournament Saturday. High school students from all over Georgia competed in areas including, algebra, geometry and trigonometry.

School advisors and parents say this competition helps students become better thinkers and problem solvers.

Westover High School won first place in the Triple A division. Deerfield-Windsor won first place in the Independent Triple A Division.

Posted at 6:35PM by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com

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