leabasil 0 Posted April 2, 2017 Report Share Posted April 2, 2017 Hi all! Over the Easter holidays I'm supposed to be collecting data for my maths IA, but I feel like the idea I have chosen does not involve enough mathematics. What I was thinking of doing was finding the probability of death in different everyday activities and converting that to micromorts (i.e. the one in a million chance of death per activity). But, I am not sure if after collecting this data there will be enough that I will be able to do with it mathematically, or that having probability as an IA topic is a bad idea. Would it be wise to change my topic completely whilst I still have the chance? Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Reply Link to post Share on other sites

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