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Published:Monday | March 16, 2015 | 11:02 PM
These students listened attentively to the math question posed by Romaine Harris, Officer Candidate in marine engineering at the Caribbean Maritime Institute during the National Mathematics Expo held on March 12.
Kirk Reid (right), athematics teacher at The Queen’s School accepts this 3D puzzle from Yahneake Sterling, public relations officer for the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) and Denzil Archer, shift monitor at the SAJ. Reid won the prize for being the first person to solve what proved to be a difficult trigonometry question during the National Mathematics Expo held at the University of the West Indies on March 12. The prize was donated by CaribStar Shipping Limited .