Contig championshipDec. 17, 2018
This year's math and computer science Contig championship round consisted of, from left, Duc Pham, April Tran, Sam Beyer and Adam Donovan. After a close game, Beyer took the top spot. In Contig ( short for “contiguous”), players use a board with numbers from 1-100 written in squares and take turns throwing dice. The player who throws the dice then has to come up with a math operation using those numbers, and circles the corresponding figure on the game board.
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