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Hi, I'm struggling to choose my standard math IA topic. I was thinking about doing something about modeling musical chords using sine waves. There's not much to talk about, unfortunately, but it's something I am interested in. There aren't many mathematical equations involved but it's still related to the theory of sound waves and sine waves. Please help, the topic deadline is due soon! Thank you
Hi! I'm planning on submitting my proposals for my biology IA soon but I'm not sure my ideas will work! I wanted to do something with enzymes, but unfortunately couldn't come up with any good ideas that weren't already done in class. I was thinking about doing the effect of heat on Vitamin C concentration (however, this seems a little too much chem-ish?) or the concentration of Vitamin C on different stages of ripening fruit? I also thought about doing a database lab, but I'm not sure where to get data. I thought about doing the effect of birth control pills on estrogen levels, but again, I'm not sure where to get data, or if it's a good topic at all. Not sure if they work at all, so I'd appreciate any feedback!
Hey! I'm new to the IB program and I was just wondering, would art be an appropriate topic for a History IA? Do you think topics about how art influenced WWII would be good? I found out online about how art was used to deceive enemies and the topic of propaganda. Therefore, I was thinking about the potential IA topic of, "How was art used to trick people during WWII for personal gain?" It's just a rough draft but do you think this question itself is too broad? Or is it okay? Also, is it common for students to write their History IA around films? Like comparing a movie to real sources. If so, does IB look down upon that? In other words, does IB like to see originality or does it not matter? Thanks!