To enter the contest, you must agree to these Official Rules. Therefore, please read the following rules prior to entry to ensure you understand and agree. You agree that submission of an entry in the project constitutes agreement to these rules. You may not participate in project UNITEE and are not eligible to receive the prizes described in the official rules, unless you agree to the official rules. These official rules form a binding legal agreement between you and the project sponsors with respect to the project. 

Project Period 

Students can participate from June 20, 2011, to  July 29, 2011. 

Who Can Enter 

To be eligible to participate in this project, entrants must be enrolled in grades 6 through 8. Since contest winners are under age 21, contest prize will be awarded to custodial parent(s) or legal guardian(s). 

How to Enter 

Simply join this group

Winner Notification 

Winners will be notified by e-mail. 

Additional Rules

1,The conduct of the project is governed by the applicable laws of the Unites States of America , which take precedence over any rule to the contrary herein. Math Concentration shall follow the applicable laws for conducting this project, including notice to the state attorney general or consumer affairs office, posting of a prize bond, furnishing lists of winners, running specific on-air disclaimers, providing specific written information about the project, etc., as required by local and state law. 

2. Math Concentration is not liable for any lost or stolen entries, prizes or contest information. 

3. By participating in the project, participants agree to be bound by the decisions of Math Concentration personnel. Math Concentration reserves the right to disqualify any participant or winner and may refuse to award any prize to a person who is ineligible or has violated any rule, gained unfair advantage in participating in the project, or obtained winner status using fraudulent means. Math Concentration will interpret these rules and resolve any disputes, conflicting claims or ambiguities concerning the rules or the project and sponsors decisions concerning such disputes shall be final. If the conduct or outcome of the contest is affected by human error, any mechanical, technical, electronic, communications, telephone, computer, hardware or software errors, malfunctions or failures of any kind, intentional interference or any event beyond the control of Math Concentration, Math Concentration reserve the right to terminate this project, or make such other decisions regarding the outcome as Math Concentration deems appropriate. All decisions will be made by the Math Concentration and are final. Math Concentration may waive any of these rules in their sole discretion. 

4. Math Concentration reserve the right to withdraw or terminate this contest at any time without prior notice. 


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We agree to the rules above.  What time does the course begin?  Tatiana is enrolled in summer camp and I will need to sign her out for the class daily...

Hello Minnett,

The course begins tomorrow, June 20, 2011 at 9am-10 am. I look forward to meeting Tatiana.


Warm regards,



Minnett Dismuke said:

We agree to the rules above.  What time does the course begin?  Tatiana is enrolled in summer camp and I will need to sign her out for the class daily...


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