CSSF Category Awards: 2007
Mathematics & Software

Junior Division


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J1307 — First Place
Bryce H. Kobrin, Grade 8 portrait
If Robert E. Lee Had a PC: Cracking the Vigenere Cipher
Advisor: Mrs. Cynthia Vodraska
School: Sequoia Middle School, Newbury Park, Ventura County
J1319 — Second Place
James J. Thomas, Grade 7 portrait
To Find a Generalized Equation to Determine a Stock's Optimal Trailing Stop Loss using Linear Regression
Advisor: Mrs. Leni Tomasso
School: St. Christopher School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J1318 — Third Place
Kaelin A. Swift, Grade 8 portrait
There and Back Again: A Point's Tale: The Planar Isometries of a Regular Polygon
Advisor: Mr. Daniel Morse
School: Bloomington Middle School, Bloomington, San Bernardino County
J1315 — Fourth Place
Nolan H. Poe, Grade 8 portrait
Can a Robot Balance on Two Wheels?
Advisor: Mr. Brad Penkala
School: Goleta Valley Junior High School, Goleta, Santa Barbara County
J1309 — Honorable Mention
Keegan M. Mann, Grade 8 portrait
Pseudo-Random Numbers
Advisor: Miss Lyn Gilmartin
School: San Pasqual Union, Escondido, San Diego County
J1320 — Honorable Mention
Nathaniel C. Willy, Grade 7 portrait
A Mathematical Proof of a Relationship between Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers
Advisor: Mr. Ryan Merle
School: Aptos Junior High School, Aptos, Santa Cruz County

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