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  1. Thanks for your input! I'll probably put more emphasis on the reactions to the event itself, but have a good mix of both. (Feeling good right now because I have a bunch of resources from newspapers, letters, and politicians on the immediate "suppression" of this topic!) However, I spent a good 4 hours trying to search for the exemplar essay you mentioned above. The closest I could get was one where it studied media's interpretation of Vietnam War, but didn't score really well nor mentioned much about Lyndon B. Johnson. I would really enjoy reading this exemplar to see how he/she analyzed Johnson and then inputted historian's opinions. (If you don't mind, could you try to help me locate it? Doesn't matter if it's the smallest detail e.g. on a website, from this person, etc.)
  2. My process of how I selected this topic: History > Haitian Revolution > Haitian Revolution's refugees influence on slavery in Louisiana > German Coast Uprising I found this interesting article that stated the German Coast Rebellion was fairly overlooked for certain amounts of reasons (French Revolution, Haitian Revolution, Nat's Rebellion, Louisiana was not a state at the time). I would like to do my EE on this, but I don't know how I would explain how each of these 5 reasons. Would I do a compare and contrast of the reason to the German Coast Rebellion or explain the impact of the reasons on U.S population/historians at the time? Should I lower the amount of reasons to the most important ones (how many should the reasons be)? (Though this is a bit less interesting than above) An article stated the German Coast Uprising had a significant impact on the statehood eligibility of the Territory of Orleans into Louisiana. So maybe I could look it impacts of German Coast Uprising on statehood of Territory of Orleans?
  3. So I tried working it out as this: 3n-2<450 3n<452 n<452/3 And now I'm stuck. I have no clue what to do. Another person solved the answer, but I have no clue where he got 15 2/3 from.
  4. The answer is "reducing agent." So here's what I have so far: ClO3- --> ClO2 ClO3: Cl +5; O -2 ClO2: Cl +4; O -2 I understand Cl is being reduced and nothing is being oxidized. My teacher taught me that if something is being reduced than you need an oxidizing agent? So my brain is telling me that since I have something being reduced, I would need an oxidizing agent. Why is it reducing agent? (I really hate redox
  5. I am planning on doing my TOK essay around Physician-Patient Privilege and would like to understand if this is practiced anywhere else around the world. What is it? Medical confidentiality where any communication between a physician and patient is protected against use in court. (Even if a person confesses to a psychiatrist that he/she kill someone, the psychiatrist cannot tell this to local authorities without the patient's consent.) If there's something similar in your country, please state what it is and how it works in your country. Thanks!
  6. My class (SL) hasn't (and will not) cover Fourier Series/Transform, so I am learning this all on my own. Based on my studies, I have quite a good understanding of Fourier Series and Transform. I just have no clue what to do with it in my Math IA. I have seen examples of IA's where they prove the theory, but I want to go beyond that. Maybe even delve into its application in CT scans. (I didn't go into the musical applications as I am utterly confused with anything related to music). However, as I delved deeper between Fourier application in CT scans, Fourier Transform is just the overlapping theory of it. I am at wits end as to where my IA should go. Any thoughts on how I should progress with Fourier Transform? (I don't care if it's cliche topic; I found it intriguing and spent most of my time in math class delving further into the topic at the expense of my teacher's wits.) I also have already seen another user's question about Fourier Transform.
  7. What is the total number of atoms in 0.50 mol of 1,4-diaminobenzene, H2NC6H4NH2? A. 16.0 x 10^23 B. 48.0 x 10^23 C. 96.0 x 10^23 D. 192.0 x 10^23 When I work out the problem I keep getting 3.0E23 0.50 mol * (6.0E23/1 mol) = 3.0E23 Am I doing something wrong? I feel comfortable doing stoichiometry, but now this problem makes me doubt myself.
  8. @MSJchem Thanks! Feels proud to be answered by the almighty IB Chem God!
  9. I have been trying to review equilibrium through videos (that's how I learn), and I'm confused whether or not Ka is the same as Q? Is Ka just an American thing or internationally accepted?
  10. How about the exponents, logarithms, and Avogadros?
  11. I still have no idea if I can use a calculator for paper 1. If I can't, can you also give me tips how to calculate things quickly?
  12. My teacher has NO clue what she is doing! (I really mean it, but it's her first year so it's expected.) For example, we found out about the IA a week before it was due > - < This made me question whether or not the lab reports we've been doing are going to be also included in those special documents we have to send off to IB. This makes me worry a lot because my teacher just skims over the lab report and see if it is just completed. She doesn't check the structure nor the content.
  13. I have been so used to using the TI-Nspire CX graphing calculator and am told within 2 weeks before my exams that I am only allowed to use the TI-Nspire 84. which I am not remotely familiar with.
  14. I have been so used to using the TI-Nspire CX graphing calculator and am told within 2 weeks before my exams that I am only allowed to use the TI-Nspire 84. which I am not remotely familiar with.