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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am finishing up my undergraduate degree in Mathematics, for my last semester I need to choose a topic of research with a particular professor. I am interested in applied math, mostly mathematical physics but there are certain fields of math that may not seem like they relate to mathematical physics or any applicable field but still do in some way or another. Below I will list a number of research topics that are presented to us. I am hoping maybe or a few people can shed some light on which topics might be interesting in terms of practical use.

-Discrete Markov Chains

-Logical Fallacies

-Polynomial rings and theorem proving in Euclidean geometry

-Selected Solutions of the Navier-Stokes Equations

-Solutions of the nonlinear Schrodinger equation

-Probability of binarity in a section of the sky

-Symmetries in the arbitrary quadrilateral

-The Weibull distribution and its applications

-The Half Normal Distribution

-The Folded Normal Distribution

(note these 2 are closely related where the 1

is a special case of the 2)

-Finding Parameters of a Nonlinear Combination Oliveri

-Taguchi Methods For Design of Experiments (applications and how they differ from

classical DOE designs)

-Discrete Markov Chains

-Logical Fallacies

-Polynomial rings and theorem proving in Euclidean geometry

-Selected Solutions of the Navier-Stokes Equations

-Solutions of the nonlinear Schrodinger equation

-Probability of binarity in a section of the sky

-Symmetries in the arbitrary quadrilateral

-The Weibull distribution and its applications

-The Half Normal Distribution

-The Folded Normal Distribution

(note these 2 are closely related where the 1

is a special case of the 2)

-Finding Parameters of a Nonlinear Combination Oliveri

-Taguchi Methods For Design of Experiments (applications and how they differ from

classical DOE designs)