Maths Exploration HL

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    Hi! So basically I am currently writing my maths IA. I plan to explore the maths in baking, specifically baking and decorating cakes. However the maths used is a bit too simple for HL. Do any of you have any suggestion on how I can further improve this exploration or any issue regarding baking that I can solve with maths? Why baking, because baking has always been my greatest hobby and I believe it's be a good personal engagement! I've searched over the net for ideas but can't seem to find any Hope you can help me out! Thank you so much
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    You could do something with triple integrals - I have a friend who found the volume of a cement mixer (you could maybe do a cupcake or something) and he got 20/20!
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    (Original post by karpenoktem)
    You could do something with triple integrals - I have a friend who found the volume of a cement mixer (you could maybe do a cupcake or something) and he got 20/20!
    thank you so much!! i appreciate this so so much 😄


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    This sort of depends on how confident you are with Mathematics, but you could do something with dissolution and Brouwer's fixed point theorem.
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    (Original post by karpenoktem)
    You could do something with triple integrals - I have a friend who found the volume of a cement mixer (you could maybe do a cupcake or something) and he got 20/20!
    Hi. Is there anyway I could get in touch with your friend? Or is there anyone on here that could help me out: I'm trying to find the volume of my soprano, alto and tenor saxophones to see if they are proportionate in size. I had originally planned to use integration to find the volume of revolution but i feel this may be too simple? Triple integration sounds complex! I really need my IA to be complex enough to get me a level 7. Can anyone help me out?
 
 
 
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