|He is the first Bay Area student to win what is considered the high school equivalent of a Nobel Prize and the sixth from California since the contest started in 1942. He appears to be the first homeschooled winner as well, according to organizers. Evan, 17, beat out 39 other Intel Science Talent Search finalists from across the country with a mathematics entry summarized as "Continued Fraction Convergents and Linear fractional transformations."|
I'm pretty jealous, when I was 17 I was struggling with how pizza makers got cheese INSIDE the crust.
Still astounds me.