Torrey Pines High Math Open House

Josh Helali and Robert Stucky with ‘Physics Phrenzy’

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Torrey Pines High School hosted a Math Open House on May 29 in the gym.

Guests enjoyed a showcase of advanced math courses such as Calculus II, Calculus III, Linear Algebra and Advanced Topics in Mathematics II. Students from Abby Brown’s classes presented projects representing their knowledge in various math topics. The students’ work incorporated extensive use of mathematical programming technology.

Photos: Jon Clark

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