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  1. I am a Canadian planing to study in a Canadian University, however I only decided my career option at the end of my junior year which is civil engineering. However, the subjects I took are Physics SL, Math SL, Engish Lit HL, ITGS HL, Arabic B and ESS. I recently found out that Chemistry is supposedly mandatory for engineering courses. If so, can I still apply for engineering courses without taking chemistry?
  2. I am a Canadian planing to study in a Canadian University, however I only decided my career option at the end of my junior year which is civil engineering. However, the subjects I took are Physics SL, Math SL, Engish Lit HL, ITGS HL, Arabic B and ESS. I recently found out that Chemistry is supposedly mandatory for engineering courses. If so, can I still apply for engineering courses without taking chemistry?
  3. Hey guys, this is my first time using IB Survival and I found out that it is really beneficial for the IB student. My Physics EE revolves around the effect wheels have on the recoil momentum of a potato cannon. RQ: To what extent does the rolling friction of wheels affect the recoil momentum of a potato cannon after launch? I just want your opinion on my research question and my topic, and if you believe it can be improved please let me know. As for the experiment itself, I am planning on building a potato cannon (with and without wheels) and comparing these three things after the launch of the potato: the location of the cannon, the speed of the potato, and the distance the potato traveled. Please let me know if there is a problem with my approach and how it can be improved, it would mean the world to me. Thank you
  4. I'm doing my ee in physics and I'm just looking for some tips.
  5. Hey guys this is my first time using IB Survival and I found out that it is really beneficial for the IB student. My Physics EE revolves around the effect wheels have on the recoil momentum of a potato cannon. RQ: To what extent does the rolling friction of wheels affect the recoil momentum of a potato cannon after launch? I just want your opinion on my research question and my topic, and if you believe it can be improved please let me know. As for the experiment itself, I am planning on building a potato cannon (with and without wheels) and comparing these three things after the launch of the potato: the location of the cannon, the speed of the potato, and the distance the potato traveled. Please let me know if there is a problem with my approach and how it can be improved, it would mean the world to me. Thank you
  6. Hey guys this is my first time using IB Survival and I found out that it is really beneficial for the IB student. My Physics EE revolves around the effect wheels have on the recoil momentum of a potato cannon. RQ: To what extent does the rolling friction of wheels affect the recoil momentum of a potato cannon after launch? I just want your opinion on my research question and my topic, and if you believe it can be improved please let me know. As for the experiment itself, I am planning on building a potato cannon (with and without wheels) and comparing these three things after the launch of the potato: the location of the cannon, the speed of the potato, and the distance the potato traveled. Please let me know if there is a problem with my approach and how it can be improved, it would mean the world to me. Thank you