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I need help choosing a physics IA topic, preferably with a really simple experiment with good scope, can someone help me out?

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My old physics ia gave me highly unreliable data that was super hard to document, and my teacher asked me to change it, 3 days later I still can't find a topic and I need a draft or something by tomorrow. Could anyone possibly suggest some physics ias on databases or simulations or something with a very simple experiment with good scope? I'm so so stuck with this stuff. I'm really interested in astrophysics, but alot of people advise against it, I'm interested in mechanics as well. I wanted to do something about the habitable zones around stars, any ideas??

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I hope you found your topic, by the time I am writing his message. But if not, if your interested in mechanics and a simple experiment, I suggest you look into a double pendulum... experiments are pretty simple. Although there is an issue on mathematical rigor, as u gotta focus on Lagrangian Mechanics, but if u love mathematics, then u can look in this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO3ysz1jJU8). If u want something different, and if u're like things about electronmagnetism, then u can go ahead and look at the connection of electric fields and refraction.... (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLmpNM0sgYk)

In the end... I hope you the best for your IAs and u're final Nov exam. 

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