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Hey guys So Ive kinda sorta decided on my EE topic. RQ- identifying the effect of caffeine on the growth rate of gut bacteria like lactobacillus.acidophilus and lactobacillus._____" (havent decided which species to take rn) Is this too simple for an EE? Will this take 40 hours? I know i can pull off some graphs/tables but is this too generic? And also, will it stretch out to 4000 words? Thanks
Hi, could you people answer my survey for my maths studies IA please? Cheers in advance https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/28CSPYC or here: https://docs.google.com/a/isn-nice.com/forms/d/11f8u_yEYHRp2jLKPVGpQAZdvrtdoTz_q7DOiJ5ieED8/viewform
Hello, so I have come up with my idea for an Extended Essay, and have gotten it approved. (Yay!) So after researching and coming up with the basic bulk of what I am going to do to research it, e.g. Methods of Experiments, Chemical and Equipment forms, the general gist of what I plan to do in the coming month for the practicals, I am left stumped as to exactly how to phrase my EE Question. I have given it some thought, but overall the question itself seems far too vague. It is (Currently): Which method of measuring the alcoholic content of alcoholic drinks would be the best, under a number of categories? Although I plan to introduce these categories in the introduction, should the question actually contain these categories, or would it just be too long if I added these categories (although it would be more specific) if I will explain it shortly?
This mainly directs to those of you living in the UK. Having read about issues such as binge drinking or drug abuse in Britain, I am just pondering whether British teenagers are really poorly behaving or whether it is just the media that make them appear like that. Personally, I can't imagine youth in Britain being so different to other countries, where this sort of problems does not occur as often in the news, but maybe I am just biased. Also, do you think that social inequalities alter the behaviour of the youth in Britain?