Well done to the following for their efforts:
Michal Malata, Yoon Koo, Matti Schifferer, Matej Murani, Kwanjin Kim, Yeji Hwang, Jakub Fegyveres, Jiwoo Lee, Jennifer Shim and Keke Shan.
And congratulations to the best result in each year group:
Year 7: Matti Schifferer 120
Year 8: Yeji Hwang 104
Year 9: Jakub Fegyveres 61
Year 10: Jiwoo Lee 118
This was followed by a huge, collaborative arts project that demonstrates the beauty of the randomness of pi. Year 7 students created an approximately 70-metre paper chain, where each link is a different colour according to the digit of pi it represents. Some Year 8/9 students also represented digits with different colours to create a mural of 100 digits, while their classmates made an eight-metre Pi Skyline, where the height of each building was determined by the digit represented. Finally, Year 10 students composed songs and dances where each note or dance move represented a different digit of pi.
Please take a few minutes to look for our visual arts projects in the secondary corridors after the Easter holidays!
The Maths Dept