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    May 2021
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  1. So for my Math IA, I'm looking at the relationship of the height hyperbolic paraboloids (the pringles shape) and the stress on the structure. At this point, I have the data I need to graph this relationship, but now I don't know how to incorporate HL math into this. I want to include integrals in any way possible, either 2d or 3d. Any suggestions would help so much.
  2. So for my Math IA, I'm looking at the relationship of the height hyperbolic paraboloids (the pringles shape) and the stress on the structure. At this point, I have the data I need to graph this relationship, but now I don't know how to incorporate HL math into this. Any suggestions would help so much.
  3. I have to have my IA topic picked out as soon as possible, and one topic that I came up with was finding the relationship between the height of a hyperbolic paraboloid (as a roof) and the weight it can withstand. I will personally engage in this topic by 3d printing different heights and testing them out myself. I was wonder what HL math could be used in this topic, what I have so far is functions (partial derivatives: used in the background information in stress formulas to explain why the hyperbolic paraboloid is a good roof), statistical tests (to find relationships). Any help whatsoever wo
  4. So far for my math IA, I've come up with the following: I will research individual countries' economic and weather conditions. Using personally made formulas to calculate a weather score and economic score for the countries, I will pinpoint which roof is best for that country, then I will test out the top few picks by 3d printing them and testing them with weights and etc, and find the best overall roof. Basically I have no idea how I'll do this and I don't know the HL math that will be used in this process, and I'm wondering if I'm over-complicating it.
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