## February 1998 High School Score Reports

Please note that all students received credit for problems 4-1
and 4-2. Individual and team scores have been adjusted accordingly.
(See note below.)

Ala-La-Miss Mathematics League

Participating States: Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi

California Mathematics League

Canadian National Mathematics League

Colorado Mathematics League

Florida Mathematics League

Georgia Mathematics League

Georgia Mathematics League - Private Division

Illinois Mathematics League

Indiana Mathematics League

Maryland Mathematics League

Math League Press

Participating States: Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho,
Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico,
North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota,
Tennessee, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming

Michigan Mathematics League

Minnesota Mathematics League

Missouri Mathematics League

New England Mathematics League

Participating States: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
Rhode Island, Vermont

New Jersey Mathematics League

New York Mathematics League

Ohio Mathematics League

Oklahoma Mathematics League

Pennsylvania Mathematics League

Texas State Mathematics League

Virginia Mathematics League

Wisconsin Mathematics League

**Scoring Corrections**

- Problem 4-1: All students given credit. Many people were not
sure how to grade this problem. Should (7,91) be accepted? How
about (07,91)? How about (00,98)? How about ab = 20, cd = 78?
Must a student give a general solution? It's unfair if one student
is marked wrong when another with the same answer is marked right.
To prevent this, everyone got credit. School scores have been
adjusted.
- Problem 4-2: All students given credit. No, you are not having
double vision! It was ambiguous for some advisors how to handle
an answer of "25%." Some marked either answer correct,
some didn't; so we gave everyone credit.

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Last updated February 1998 by Mark Motyka.