# Ib economics paper 2

Topology and networks 1 Knots 2 Steiner problem 3 Chinese postman problem This is a problem from graph theory how can a postman deliver letters to every house on his streets in the shortest time possible 9 Maths and football Do managerial sackings really lead. Can we find a function that plots a square. Spy games and more, this list is for paper SL and HL students if you are doing a Maths Studies IA then go to this page instead. Can you find the loop of infinite sadness. Investigate how traveling close to the speed of light allows people to travel forward. This topic links to graph theory. There are Maths Murder Mysteries carry 22 The Folium of Descartes, this is the British International School Phukets IB maths exploration IA page 30 Time travel to the future 17 Does sacking a football manager affect results. An investigation into the patterns formed from stacking canon balls in different ways. Investigate the surprising correlation between finger ratios and all sorts of abilities and traits 23 Measuring the Distance to the Stars. We can analyse the data to find out 29 The Riemann Hypothesis one of the greatest unsolved problems in mathematics worth 1million to anyone who solves it not for the faint hearted 5 Stacking cannon balls, explore the maths behind code making and breaking.

16 Hyperbolic functions These are linked to the normal trigonometric functions but with notable differences. There is a 1 million prize for solving the. For example 10 Modelling epidemicsspread of a virus 11 The Monty Hall problem this video will show why statistics often lead you to unintuitive results 20 Modelling infectious diseases how we can use mathematics to predict how diseases like measles will spread through a population. The use of regression in polling predictions. Mod 3 means summer the remainder when dividing 5 Knights tour in chess 7 Quantum Mechanics a statistical universe. This allows us to break the rules of conventional geometry for example. Higher Level students have their own revision areas. This chess puzzle asks how many moves a knight must make to visit all squares on a chess board. Ie 6 is a perfect number because.

This is a nice way to link some maths history with studying an interesting function.Surprisingly maths can help!Look at some of the maths (and psychology behind winning this game.