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Math Research

 
 
In Math Research, you'll discover exciting things about new and familiar areas of mathematics, expand upon your existing knowledge of math, as well as further your study with original research! Next, you will develop a presentation and paper that best captures your research findings. The culmination will be presenting your findings at the Al Kalfus Math Fair at Hofstra University where 1500 other math-loving students on Long Island participate annually. North Shore's Math Research program is designed to get students involved and interested leading to a paper being written (for the Intel and/or Siemen's Research Competition) during senior year.
 
 
Have you ever thought about where math is applied in the real world?  Do you enjoy answering questions and making discoveries?  Do you want to add value to your college resume?  If you are interested in participating in math research reach out to Ms. Nora Greene today!
 
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Al Kalfus UPDATE ALERT!!
 
Congratulations to Freshman Jack Henry Applebaum and Junior Ben Basaleli for earning medals in this year’s Al Kalfus Long Island Math Fair!  Jack earned a Bronze medal for his research on Game Theory, and Ben earned a Silver medal for his research on Boat Stability. Awesome job!
 
 
North Shore has 3 Al Kalfus LI Math Fair 2018 Semi-Finalists!
 
Congratulations to Freshman Jack Henry Applebaum and Junior Ben Basaleli on advancing to the final round of competition in the Al Kalfus Long Island Math Fair! Jack researched and proposed various applications of Game Theory, and Ben proposed solutions for improving boat stability. Both students will join Senior Ben Gilman in the final competition held at Hofstra University this April.

Congratulations to all!

 
 
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Al Kalfus Math Fair 2017 Medal Winners!
 
Congratulations to North Shore Sophomores Eden Schneck (left) and Sophie Goldman (right) on winning medals in this year’s Long Island Al Kalfus Math Fair!  
 
 
Eden earned a Gold medal for her research on the application of Biostatistics to determine how prevalence of disease affects the predictive value of lab tests in the Zika virus.  
 
Sophie earned a Bronze medal for her research on Graph Theory and its application in online social networks.