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    May 2020
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  1. "How does the tension of a string affect its fundamental frequency?" I'm not gonna lie, I got this idea from the internet. I know how to set up this experiment quite well. I guess there's some personal engagement as I like to play the guitar. Furthermore, I also know how to prove all the math and physics behind this. But I'm afraid it may be too simple, and Im aiming for a 6. Idk... what do u think? Thnks for helping bruhs
  2. I want to build a water rocket rocket and see how the volume of water affects the max. height reached by the rocket? Im afraid that because some ideas like this have been done this will plagiarism or that this is too hard a topic. What do u think? Any honest criticism is welcome =))
  3. The EE question I came up with was "To what extent is the market for airplane travel from Lisbon to Porto a contestable market?". Contestable markets is an economic theory invented in the early 1980s, that differs from the classical ones, and suggests that an oligopolistic or monopolistic market will provide at the productively efficient price, not the maximising MC = MR, because of the constant threat of new entrants taking way their market share. Airlines generally are an example, but it depends on the barriers to entry. This topic seems very interesting, and I have a lot of sources, but "Contestable markets" is not a topic in IB economics. Is it still ok to do this topic then? It's weird because my teacher said I can't, but I've found extended essay reports that have research questions that go outside the syllabus, including some about contestable markets. Can anyone tell me what the IB EE policy for this is? Thanks in advance Btw this is a repost
  4. The EE question I came up with was "To what extent is the market for airplane travel from Lisbon to Porto a contestable market?". Contestable markets is an economic theory invented in the early 1980s, that differs from the classical ones, and suggests that an oligopolistic or monopolistic market will provide at the productively efficient price, not the maximising MC = MR, because of the constant threat of new entrants taking way their market share. Airlines generally are an example, but it depends on the barriers to entry. This topic seems very interesting, and I have a lot of sources, but "Contestable markets" is not a topic in IB economics. Is it still ok to do this topic then? It's weird because my teacher said I can't, but I've found extended essay reports that have research questions that go outside the syllabus, including some about contestable markets. Can anyone tell me what the IB EE policy for this is? Thanks in advance
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