7th Grader Gets Perfect Math SAT Score, Then Invents Algorithm To Predict The Flu Vaccine

by Tasina Berkey
Tasina has worked in radio broadcasting and online blogging. She enjoys long walks on the beach.

Cameron Sharma is one smart kid.

Already the recipient of multiple math awards, Cameron is currently trying to figure out what the best angle is to beat his sister at ping pong.

Cameron said: “I’ll hit at the right angle, so that it doesn’t bounce up. It’ll just bounce down. It’s very effective.”

For the young genius, the apple doesn’t seem to fall far from the tree. Cameron’s father is also a very intelligent man and an engineer with his own software company.

Only being in 7th grade at the moment, Cameron has already been offered a $160,000 college scholarship. Now that is pretty impressive.

According to WTVR 6, Cameron also learned trigonometry in third grade and even differential calculus when we was in the fifth grade.

Cameron is so clever, that he even developed a mathematical model regarding the seasonal flu vaccine. He was able to calculate the genetic constitution of the 2017-2018 vaccine.

Now that is a lot of accomplishments to have before even getting to high school.

Cameron has nothing but good to look forward to in the future with the help of his gifted mind. For now at least, maybe he can spend his summer figuring out how to finally get the hang of ping pong.

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