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Maxwell's equation for physics IA???

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I have decided to look at maxwell's equation with relation to the Faraday's experiment. I know maxwell's equation is pretty broad and complex, so I chose to start small by considering the Faraday's law, which is within the syllabus. Through a simply experiment I am considering to go broad by talking about divergence and curls and how it physically correlates to the experimental data I have collected. 

Will this be fine? Should I consider a different approach? Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance.

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