"The first four to five hours was just research and organizing what to do. The next five hours was doing the actual math and making a mathematical model to solve the problem...and the last two hours we figured it out," Samuel explained. All of those hours were logged to predict the rate at which sea levels will rise over the next ten, twenty, and fifty years.
This is the second year that Carroll has had students participate in this competition. The students will hear the results from Moody's M3 Challenge in late April.