Beeneet Kothari Wins First $1000 National High School Calculus Student Award (Math Chat)
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|Frank Morgan, MAA Online|
|Beeneet Kothari of Half Hollow Hills High School West, Long Island, has been awarded the first $1000 National High School Calculus Student Award by ecalculus.org, based at the University of California at Davis and Williams College. In ninth grade he wrote a paper on calculus, in tenth grade he wrote a paper on Fourier series, and in eleventh grade he finished advanced placement calculus with a perfect 100 average. He has used calculus to model HIV and recommended new treatments.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
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