enx 0 Posted January 10, 2017 Report Share Posted January 10, 2017 (edited) So, as I further dive into post-graduate papers I simply do not contain the brain capacity (yet?) to comprehend, I'm gaining an increasingly certain belief that doing an HL exploration on chaos theory/it's applications is not my cup of tea. (again, yet(?)) Our option topic is calculus, and what I've come to understand (with questionable accuracy) is that the chaos theory falls rather into the "discrete maths territory", whatever that is. I've already suggested the topic to my teacher and he appeared to have no hesitations on asking for the rationale and the mathematical development, due yesterday. (yay snow break?) (I mean I could've asked him about these if it weren't for the snow so ultimately it wasn't that great) (and I'm aware my delays are not optimal but have no doubt, my days have been terrorized by this theory ever since I've decided on the topic, to no clear end) Overall, I've no ways (or honestly, the intention) to change my topic now, and I need to get it, at last. I ask, from those graduates that somehow enjoy frequenting the haunting memories of IB, or Further geniuses (or those that qualify for both?), to walk this crippled victim of her own audacity, through the chaos theory. Preferably by calculus-applicable examples, and minding that I indeed am crippled intellectually by the inexplicably high level papers I've made myself read. (sorry for my insensitivity towards the mentally challenged, account it on my own challenge that is unlike theirs, of my own doing, yet proves to be a great obstacle nonetheless) tl;dr I'm an idiot that chose chaos theory as her exploration topic. I don't get it. Need someone able to walk me through it. Please. Edited January 10, 2017 by enx Reply Link to post Share on other sites
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