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Examining the effect of gender on mathematical ability Featured science projectScience project video
The objective of this science fair project is to compare the mathematical ability of both genders. Participants involved in this study will be boys and girls 15 years of age from five different schools.
Difficulty: Middle school
Playing music with mathematical formulae
The objective of my project is to prove that music notes are mathematically realated, and to find an equation that will explain the relation. I hypothesized that different lengths of a 60cm. string where the fret is placed, will produce speculated note and will fit in a mathematical equation.
Difficulty: High school
Exploring binary sequences
I researched on the fundamentals of computing algebra, and found out the arithmetic operations in the computer. This inspired me to see what happens to the counting number sequence after it has undergone a binary transformation.
Difficulty: High school
Optimization of Cell Phone Service
My objective was to determine the optimal arrangement of cell phone transmission towers in Kern County to generate the best service coverage and the most profit using a mathematical model.
Difficulty: High school
Finding mathematical relationships in nature
My goals for this project were to find mathematical relationships in nature. I decided to conduct four experiments to find mathematical relationships: (1) in the number of flower petals and vegetable leaves, (2) in the leaf arrangement in plants, (3) in the number of spirals in plants, and (4) in shell shapes.
Difficulty: High school
How to determine the best location for an electrical power plant
My objective was to determine an optimal location for a gas-powered electrical power plant to help meet the energy shortfall in southern CA by building a mathematical model using linear programming.
Difficulty: High school
How many ways there are to make change for a given amount of money using pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars.
The objective is to determine how many ways there are to make change for a given amount of money using the following 5 coins: pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars.
Difficulty: High school
A Proven Mathematical System for Predicting Future Stock Market Fluctuations
The Objective of this project is to compute theoretical and mathematical data in regard to the Stock Market and other securities to accurately predict price fluctuations of such securities over the course of 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 3 years and 5 years.
Difficulty: High school
Repeated Sequences and Variegation on the Rubik's Cube
An investigation was conducted on the Rubik's cube to determine if a relationship exists between the order of a move sequence (the number of times the sequence must be performed on a solved cube for the cube to return to its original state) and the cube's average variegation (degree of disorder).
Difficulty: High school
Weight and Number of Raisins per Ounce in a Box of Cereal
I wanted to find out how many raisins are contained in either, Vons Raisin Bran,Total Raisin Bran, Post Raisin Bran, Oatmeal Crisp Raisin Bran, Safeway Select Raisin Bran, and Kellogg's Raisin Bran.
Difficulty: High school
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