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In a contest with well over a million dollars in scholarships and awards on the line, 40 hot shot high school scientists descended on the nation's capital for America's oldest and most prestigious high school science competition, the Intel Science Talent Search. The top prize of a 100-thousand dollar scholarship is going to 17-year-old budding scientist, Evan O'Dorney. He took top honors over 39 other high school seniors at this year's Intel Science Talent Search in Washington, D.C. The Danville, California native discovered a key formula for relating two different ways to approximate a square route.
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