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Hello, i am currently in process of writing my ia. each year my country publishes a very detailed report about car accidents, including how many of them, what type of accident it was, where, who, what was the weather or the time. i was thinking about making a probability question, like what is the probability that driving this particular road on this time, this month, etc i will have an accident. and here is my question - how many different variables can i include? and isn't is too simple for ia? i have a feeling it looks too easy, i am not sure about it and i am already after the deadline, so please help:(

 

 

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You can actually include the:

Different timings

different day

different months

The type of accident

the gender of the person who made the accident

The age of the person

The weather

The season of the country

These are the possible variables for your ia. as you are a math sl student this is more sufficient enough to get a 11 or above

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On the contrary, IA with non-original data can be quite complicated, because you are attempting to use high school math to do the modelling some people may do for a living. With that said this is actually one of the better questions. If properly done, this topic is of moderate difficulty.

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20 hours ago, IBZOMBIE9840 said:

You can actually include the:

Different timings

different day

different months

The type of accident

the gender of the person who made the accident

The age of the person

The weather

The season of the country

These are the possible variables for your ia. as you are a math sl student this is more sufficient enough to get a 11 or above

i have all these information, but can I include all/some of them in my question? or should I focus only on one variable?

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you can just talk about what you are mainly going to do. Basically you can write it down as a a statement. But there should be a central idea of what you're doing in your question/statement

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