A college student gets an honorable mention in a regional mathematics competition – Comment

Fifth grade student 20 – the baccalaureate from Colima University, Campus tecumanAnd Eric Noé Tejeda Rodriguez, He got an honorable mention in 3rd Math Contest, a hypothetical method, for the Western-Central Tertiary Education Network of the National Association of Universities and Higher Education Institutions (RCO-ANUIES).

“We had a very good result,” said the official in charge of science promotion at the General Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Salvador Aguilar Aguilar.

He stated that in this first participation of the University of Colima, it was competed against the upper middle level students of University of Guadalajara, The Autonomous University of Guadalajara and the Nayarit Autonomous University.

Student Eric Tejeda Rodriguez, who loves mathematics and physics, thanked his teachers who helped him in his career as a student and said that effort is also required to move forward, as you have to study subjects that are not within the semester program, in order to have a deeper understanding of the subject.

He remembered what a teacher once told him: “At the end of the day, everything is connected and all math is the same.”

He explained in the exam that they analyzed numbers, sequences, patterns, complex numbers, and a few calculations according to a specific sequence, in addition to solving other problems. He pointed out that everything is knowledge that we see on a larger scale in Chapter Three.

your preparer, Alfredo Vargas Angiano, a teacher of high school 20 and 5, realized that Eric Tejeda really had great qualities in mathematics, in which case he followed him in class and supported him with everything he needed. He added that his pupil is very independent at work, which opens up a world of possibilities.

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Vargas-Anjiano added that this profile of students, “who want to accumulate knowledge, to be independent,” is very common on this campus. He added that baccalaureate 20 stands out because nearly half of its students show this independence in learning.

Aguilar Aguilar pointed out that the work in promoting and disseminating science is one of the projects of the General Directorate of Higher Secondary Education. Director, Martin Robles de Anda, assigned him to promote events in the field of science and announced that they would soon prepare to participate in the Olympiads of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

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