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West Geauga Students Participate in National Molympics Challenge
 
Science students from West Geauga High School had the opportunity to participate in the Molympics national competition.

Students practiced estimation and increase their understanding of what a “mole” really is. The competition provides Olympic-style events in which high school students from around the country can get involved.

Said Kristin Gregory, West Geauga High School Science Department Chair and one of the founders of Molympics, “It is a fun, academic competition to help students learn about the mole (6.02 x 10^23) and it's importance in chemistry. Students also practice dimensional analysis & estimation skills to help learn some fundamentals of problem solving.”

Pictured: Maggie Timm, Armen Maksoudian, Sammy Aidja
 
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