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RubinLicht

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## Homework Statement

Sorry, I'm not sure what section this should have went in, but it seemed like the homework/coursework section would be the most fitting. If not, please just move the post to the proper section.

I'm currently in 11th grade and am taking Calculus II/III and Linear Algebra in school. In May we have a math project/open house coming up where we choose, I presume, any topic in math and make a presentation about it. I would like a topic somewhat related to physics because I love physics! Shoot any possible suggestions at me.

For reference, here are some past projects:

Solving Circuits with Laplace Transforms

a few Encryption projects

gabriels horn (not particularly interesting to me, but it demonstrates the mind boggling aspects of calculus and infinity)

a mathematica replica of the T-Rex game (google)

mathematica version of 2048

math of raindrops

one or two on Eulers formula

It seems like there are a quite a few projects that lean more towards programming, I would try to steer clear of a purely programming project because i suck at programming, but i intend to learn the wolfram language sooner or later so if there's anything interesting do post a reply!

I am also willing to learn some extra math on my own and present that topic instead.

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

My current partner has suggested looking into tensors as a possible presentation topic, which would require some extra learning but I am fine with that.

My current knowledge in physics is limited to halliday resnick level EM(will be starting Purcell in March) and Kleppner level Mechanics. Any topic in Special/General Relativity is extremely interesting to us, although anything from GM may require quite a few weeks of cramming sophomore/junior undergraduate math. I am willing to invest a lot of time in this project. Hit me with all you got.

Cheers and have a nice day.