Research question: How to decide which method - Cardano’s method or the trigonometric substitution method, to use for solving cubic polynomials with real coefficients?
My Maths EE. It was written in IB1 so the maths isn't like super super sophisticated. Got an A with this essay though. A labour of love. Hope it can help those who want to write their EEs on maths. It is hard, but rewarding
I think this essay could be a lot better, but please don't say anything hurtful.
A mathematical modeling of building an accurate sundial and the changes needed in order to move it from Dar-es-Salaam to London and for it to remain accurate.
This extended essay received 23/24 (excluding subject-specific criteria), with examiner's remarks
My Extended Essay in Mathematics, which I wrote on the Rubik's Cube. In this essay I show how many different configurations there are of the Rubik's Cube.
This essay received 31/36 points, and hence an A.
Title: Deriving an alternate generalization of the trigonometric substitution method for solving cubic equations
My extended essay in maths, which is on solving cubic equations using algebraic methods, with considerations of complex numbers and their behaviour with different functions. This essay scored 30/36 and an A overall.