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Does the math IA have to relate to real life?

I was kind of wanting to just do "Patterns in Pascal's Triangle" and select 3 or 4 patterns that I'd explain and prove in the IA. Would this be okay, or does it have to relate to real life? Because I noticed a lot of the examples found a way to real-world subjects, like nature or rainfall for instance. I was planning on showing personal involvement by talking about my interest in finding patterns and the like, and some independent thinking when it comes to the patterns in Pascal's Triangle. Would this topic be okay? 

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It has to be a topic that you are personally interested in, you need to explain why you chose it. But it doesn't have to be really real-life.

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