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Hey guys, I have a Math IA due on Sunday December 15, which is about 9 days from now. I want to do my topic on the golden ratio because firstly, I'm genuinely interested in it, and secondly, it's extremely risky to change topics at such a late stage. I know some of you will scold me for procrastinating on it but believe me I've legitimately been working on it. However, I'm having trouble finding an original idea based on the golden ratio. I did an introduction where I introduced it and such but I'm having trouble with how to proceed. I know it's supposed to be an exploration on a real-life th
So I am trying to get my math IA done this summer but am having a hard time choosing a topic that I like. I am really interested in film and cinematography and would like to incorporate it in my math IA but have found nothing on math ia topics that involved film from past math IA topics. I decided that I would come up with my own math IA exploration that has not been done before. My topic/question is "Does movies/films that use the Fibonacci sequence and Golden Ratio make high profits compared to movies that don't?" Is this a good idea for a math IA topic? Could I make it better? Are there any
Hey! Would an Exploration on the golden ratio, specifically "Exploring the Golden Ratio - Discovery, Calculations and Applications", be too general/vague? id be planning to discuss/show its discovery and the calculations involved, then display its applications in art and nature, proving or disproving that the ratio applies to several objects. also, would the maths used be too basic for SL maths? thank you!
Hello! This is my first post here. So I am planning on doing an extended essay in mathematics. I was originally planning on researching the Fibonacci sequence, but I've gotten a bit less interested in that and more interested in the golden ratio(phi) which can be derived from that sequence. I believe this would fit under the idea of "the beauty of mathematics" as written in the IB extended essay handbook for math. I'm just having a little bit of trouble deciding exactly what I should focus on in my extended essay (and what would be to broad or too narrow). Right now my idea is to write it on