One World Middle school celebrates Pi Day with math competition

A school in the Bronx celebrated Pi Day by hosting a math competition. 



One World Middle School in Edenwald put their math skills to the test by competing to see who could solve 50 different equations the fastest.



Middle schoolers, grades six through eight, divided into junior varsity and varsity teams who had 30-minutes to solve math problems.



Students ran counters and awarded a sticker to classmates who answered the problem correctly. The team with the most stickers was declared the winner.



This is the fourth year the school hosted the math competition in honor of Pi Day. 


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