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Hi to all! I have to submit my HL Math IA tomorrow (Hopefully I will get another chance to update the file), and I have two topics. One is Modelling climate change and the other is Fibonacci series. Idk which one to go ahead with and how to do the IA Please help! I prefer to go ahead with Fibonacci series since it is the easier of the two. I really really need help as to what to include in the IA. Also what format should I use I know this is super last minute, but procrastination got the worst of me
I am planning for this to be a spread where people can post some links on the updates on the positive AND negative impacts of Trump's decision of pulling out of the Paris Climate Change Agreement. I believe that most of the information in this thread will eventually be really useful especially for economics, geography and ESS students so... You're welcome... We can also talk about the claims and counter-claims by Trump and whoever is against Trump... All-in-all I am going to keep on regulating this thread in case I find anything interesting. You guys can post whatever you guys think about it... right now... Thoughts... or maybe ideas on how to help us "stop" or "slow down" climate change.
Hello everyone! I've been having difficulty finalizing a topic for my Physics Extended Essay. From the beginning I've wanted to do something with measuring Indices of Refraction, but it's been difficult narrowing it down and making it a good topic. My most recent idea has been measuring the indices of refraction for varying salt concentrations, but I need to now apply it to a real life situation, a 'practical application'. I'm thinking the best place to find a practical application of it would be something in the oceans, perhaps relating to climate chance and the fact that the worlds oceans are getting saltier. I would really appreciate any help on finalizing my topic. You guys are the best! Jenny