Although this is a bit mathsy the project itself is very historical so I figured I would ask here for help
I'm doing the extended project on the history of maths and am having some trouble finalizing a title. I love looking into some of the really ancient history of maths and its development but I'm having some trouble refining my idea. I like looking into any of the ancient civilizations and have done some research into the Babylonians, Ancient Egyptians and the Greeks.
Does anyone have any advice as I am struggling to refine my research and look into a specific topic. I can't be so broad that the project becomes unmanageable but the problem is I find it all interesting! So any advice as to what specific areas I could look into or periods in history would be greatly appreciated!
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Help refining EPQ title/research watch
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- 23-01-2014 18:45
- 26-01-2014 21:11
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