Document Type

Paper

Publication Date

11-2015

Advisor(s)

Steve Condie, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy

Description

In the world we live in today, many people live in urban or suburban areas. For this reason, residents of these metropolitan areas should be aware of the safety of the city they live in so they can take necessary precautions and educate youth about what actions are safe. In addition, judging the safety of a city allows the government of the city to analyze what factors and laws make other cities safer, and how they can replicate these conditions to make their city a safer place as well.

Comments

The team received an Outstanding at the High School Mathematics Modeling Contest, run by Comap.

Eight of 719 papers, submitted internationally, were designated "Outstanding".

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Mathematics Commons

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