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    Hi everybody,
    I'm in IB1 and trying to think about what I could write my extended essay on. After much thought, research and discussion I'm starting to think I could do it on maths. I'd love to hear from anyone who wrote their EE on maths and all ideas of interesting topics are welcome. Thanks to all contributors
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    (Original post by tim_72)
    Hi everybody,
    I'm in IB1 and trying to think about what I could write my extended essay on. After much thought, research and discussion I'm starting to think I could do it on maths. I'd love to hear from anyone who wrote their EE on maths and all ideas of interesting topics are welcome. Thanks to all contributors
    Moved to maths.

    And well, what do you most like the look of/enjoy about the subject?
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    (Original post by Indeterminate)
    Moved to maths.

    And well, what do you most like the look of/enjoy about the subject?
    Thank you

    It's really hard to pick one area of maths since I really enjoy the subject. Geometry, calculus, discrete maths..they all have things I like (and don't like )
 
 
 
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