'Mathletes' chosen to represent NH in national competition
The winners are, from right to left: Evan Chandra, Anusha Murali, Coach Christine Raby, Tarang Saluja and Kunaal Sundara. (COURTESY)
MathCounts is a national mathematics competition for sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students. In New Hampshire, it is sponsored by the New Hampshire Society of Professional Engineers and the New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics.
First place — Anusha Murali, Shaker Road School
Second place — Kunaal Sundara, Academy for Science and Design
Third place — Tarang Saluja, Nashua Catholic Regional Jr. H.S.
On the team side, Shaker Road School placed first, the Academy for Science and Design finished second, and the Fairgrounds Middle School placed third.
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