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    Hello,

    I have to write a 3000 words essay (something similar to EPQ/EE but has to be more advanced) in maths.
    The highest grades received are in applied mathematics and I decided that I am going to do my research in this field ( I have the greatest interest in it)
    A bunch of people told me to look into population dynamics but I must admit that I am not that interested in it and have done my essays in this field
    I want my essay to deal something with integration, derivatives and trigonometry. The highest grates receive essays that have applied something in real life and or/ created their own formula.

    Personally, I had something in my mind but I cannot shape up the ideas. The angular velocity of a body in an elliptical orbit or something in engineering idk

    Could you please help me
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      If you're not into population dynamics, maybe applications of Fourier analysis, i.e. signal processing could be of interest? For instance, x-ray imaging is a mathematical inverse problem which aims to recover information from a Radon (or x-ray) transform...this is an integral.
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      (Original post by RamocitoMorales)
      If you're not into population dynamics, maybe applications of Fourier analysis, i.e. signal processing could be of interest? For instance, x-ray imaging is a mathematical inverse problem which aims to recover information from a Radon (or x-ray) transform...this is an integral.
      Thank you!
      I'll think about it!

      Sill looking for more idease
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        If you're interested in planetary orbits maybe look into KAM (Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser) theory.
       
       
       
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