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Hi, this is Eric Z. I am 7 year old. I am in the beginning of Year 2 at Palmerston Distric Primary School in Canberra, Australia. This is the first year that I attend the World Maths Day Competition. I am glad that I did well in this competition, but my hands and fingers also got tired. You know you have to try really hard to be in the top 10.
I started to do Mathletics when I was 5 years old. I like to play it because I can learn math and get credits. I like playing against other students on Mathletics. Sometimes I even versed very good players, like Aaron H who ranked 11th in the 11-13 group.
I want to attend this World Maths Day event next year too!
I’m going to end up our blog conversation with another brief summary of our prolific efforts in promoting World Maths Day. I believe all of you are very much aware of Pakistan’s progress in the World Maths Day and I feel proud to represent my country in this online mega event! Children from around the world indeed enjoyed this event and played to the fullest!
So what if you did not win. So what if you did not appear in the Hall of Fame.
At least, you got to be a part of such a prestigious Global event in which 218 countries took part and 5.3 million children registered themselves.
I sincerely and deeply thank Mathletics, the team that was behind all this!
Hoping to be a part of World Maths Day 2012 and breaking our own records while uniting the world in numbers!
Hi again everyone,
What a blast! World Maths Day was great, at my school everyone who had maths on Tuesday played WMD. I stayed on for two hours at school and then another hour at home. I completed all of my games which I’m glad about. Congratulations to all the Aussie winners, Eric Z, Kaya G and David A. Well Done! Also to Mason F from NZ. A massive 5.3 million people registered for this event which is amazing! Also a total of 428,598,214 correct answers were answered which is just phenomenal. Congratulations to all who made it on the leader board, everyone who completed all the games and everyone who just had ago.
Hope to see you guys all next year,
Hello again mathletes,
I would like to congratulate all the winners, especially Kaya G who played a great game and had us all on the edge of ours seats right up till the end.
Further, I would like to thank everyone who participated in World Maths Day and hope that you all keep practising and participate in World Maths Day next year.
Final thanks go to 3P Learning and the organisers for doing such a great job and making maths fun for all.
I have had an excellent time being ambassador and I am very proud of everyone that partook in the event.
World Maths Day only ended a few days ago and I would like to congratulate Eric Z, Mason F for winning in their age group and a special congratulations to Kaya and David for winning in their age group for a third time in a row. I would also like to tell you my results where I came, Fifteenth in the 11-13 age group.
Thank you, well done if you had a try and competed in the event and well done if you made the top 100.
Hopefully I will see you all in World Math Day 2012.
Well Done to everyone who participated! 5.3 million people – wow!
And Congratulations to all the winners!
I was extremely proud to be an ambassador; it was an exciting experience.
I look forward to taking part in the next World Maths day and also continue the role as ambassador.
I bet you all had a great time racing each other and against time! Wow, 5.3 million participants….. That’s amazing! I am pleased to finish 7th in the World and first in the United Kingdom.
I would like to congratulate Kaya G on another wonderful run. Congratulations to everyone else who participated and just joined us to have fun. I hope those who played this for the first time will come back next year for another adrenaline rush.
As for me, the weather has turned to the better as you can see in the photo and I am off for a round of golf to work on my short game. I wish everyone the very best of luck in everything they do.
World Maths Day is over for another year. Well done to everyone that took part and answering so many questions. I am so glad to have been a part of the event and hope it continues for many years to come. Well done to the winners and I hope to see you all competing again next year and trying to set a new world record!! I have enjoyed being an Ambassador for World Maths Day!
Hi! Great job to everyone who participated! It was really tough this year and dramatic ’til the last moment. We all knew that we can hardly beat Kaya G, but we all tried to be the best we could. After being 5th for a while, I ended up on 12th place. Considering that I am the first of all girls in my age group, there is a lot of reason to celebrate!
My admiration goes to all this years winners, especially Kaya G who came first for the third time in a row! Congratulations also to Moosa F who was first on the leader board for a looooong time, and to Satvik R who took the lead after. Congratulations to all of you who played fairly regardless of the results. It was fun to compete with you guys!
I would also like to thank World Maths Day Team for all their support and especially for taking care of those who tried to spoil our competition. I hope you caught them all!
I have special thanks for the most active member of my team Clare C for her original ideas on how to promote WMD and for her help. I hope we did a good job. It was great honour to be a World Maths day Ambassador and although it meant extra work and effort, I really enjoyed it.
Big thanks to all the students and teachers from The British International School of Ljubljana, for their help and support. It was great to see how enthusiastic were the youngest ones who were competing on WMD for the first time.
Well, I´m sorry that it is over. A pile of homework is reminding me that tomorrow is just another school day. Now, back to routine.
Looking forward to seeing you on World Maths Day 2012.
NOTE FROM WORLD MATHS DAY: All results are currently being validated. Final results will be announced shortly.