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alramsey

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  1. did solar cells for my IA... it's pretty straightforward, and the variables aren't that difficult to decide too... but for an EE? you should be careful, man. Deciding on an EE in science is a big choice, it might seem easy to do and similar to a standard IA, but most people don't get what they expect at the end, so be careful and do work hard for it... your first idea is great, but as you might have guessed already, the variables are too vague... especially for an EE i believe. Unless you figure out some kind of measuring scale or sth where you can classify all your different methods, like a s
  2. if your client doesnt want his website to go online, why dont you just say so in your consultation? but dont say your client doesnt have any money to pay for a website host, just say he doesnt want it online YET, maybe later on... but why not simply use free domains and free hosting services? there are zillions of them out there, but be careful with them
  3. got to choose my own books since i'm doing self-study and i LOVE Die Leiden des jungen Werther or The Sorrows of Young Werther by J.W. Goethe. best love story ever. romeo and juliet cant even level it.
  4. talk with what kind of numbers you proved the conjecture, what kinds of number you didnt use to prove the conjecture and what will happen when you did use other kinds of numbers
  5. TOK makes me, who is a skeptic, even more skeptic... and i'm in IB2, just finished everything and now i feel i've been poisoned by TOK because i'm always made to ask 'How do you know?" everytime... but it's kinda useful tho.. kinda.
  6. wait, wait... i dont need to know that distance? I've been drawing how far buddy travels during each time interval using that distance i got from s=vt... am i doing something wrong in drawing the diagram? i dont seem to be able to find out the legs if I dont know the distance of the hypotenuse somehow...besides measuring it manually...
  7. This is key point in the Modelling portfolio, Trigonometry, just like I said in the comment before me. You need to do a route which is to scale in a graph paper and then you look at Buddy's (not Bonnie) positions and then you find the angle of it. You can find different angles depending in which you will use SOH CAH TOA < you know these right. After using these for almost the first 5 or 6 positions, you will then notice a pattern there of angles. A decreasing pattern or an increasing patter as I said it depends to the SOH CAH TOA. But what I remember but not sure because Im away from my por
  8. This is key point in the Modelling portfolio, Trigonometry, just like I said in the comment before me. You need to do a route which is to scale in a graph paper and then you look at Buddy's (not Bonnie) positions and then you find the angle of it. You can find different angles depending in which you will use SOH CAH TOA < you know these right. After using these for almost the first 5 or 6 positions, you will then notice a pattern there of angles. A decreasing pattern or an increasing patter as I said it depends to the SOH CAH TOA. But what I remember but not sure because Im away from my por
  9. try to use PV=nRT maybe? since P and T are constant, youre left with (V/nR)products=(V/nR)reactants
  10. still stuck on finding the coordinates... and nobody replies my posts
  11. this is exactly what is happening to me. this is exactly the problem of my whole class.
  12. hi guys, i was just wondering... could anyone taking the IB ever receive an unconditional offer from a university in UK before sitting the exam? because I just got a conditional offer from a univ simply because i havent taken the exam... just wondered, have there ever been IB people who got unconditional offer? if yes, what does it take to get them? 45/45 predicted grades, probably?
  13. You're on the right track. Try putting Angie and Buddy's positions into a right triangle. Buddy will travel along the hypotaneus, so his x and y coordinates could be defined using the other two sides of the right triangle. Hint: use arctan. Also note Angie's distance traveled along the vertical axis and Buddy's coordinate on the horizontal axis => these are your other two sides of the triangle. To find the distance traveled simply use S=vt. Hint: Your first theta angle found will be arctan(1/17). Try to figure out your recursive formula accordingly. Oh and I don't think my orbit looks like
  14. aaaand... what is the relationship between finding the coordinates and calculating the angles? are the angles the coordinates or what? i mean, we couldve find the coordinates by merely measuring right?
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