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Old 10-06-2005, 07:39 AM
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I am a student of 9th grade. Our school is going to arrange a large science fair after some days. I am still not sure what project to do. I am interested in Physics. I will be happy to do a project either in physics or in computer. Please help me as soon as possible. Well, Our country is not well developed. So please give a project that i can afford.
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For motion and gravity, you can do "Do objects of different masses roll at the same speed down an inclined path?"
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Hi,
Since you are interested in physics and computer, you may or not like these ideas , but they are pretty cool!

Physics
1. The effect of solar activity on radio propagation?
2.Index of refraction liquids Vs temperature?
3. Observations of sunspots, flares and prominences?
4. Study of radiation patterns from diffrent antenna?

Computer

If you are really good with computers you can try these:
1. Develop a program to write a new custom program.
2. Develop a video game
3.Studies of storage / retrevial techniques for computer systems

I'm currently taking computer science courses, if you need any help about programing and stuff i might be able to help.

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Hi,
Since you are interested in physics and computer, you may or not like these ideas , but they are pretty cool!

Physics
1. The effect of solar activity on radio propagation?
2.Index of refraction liquids Vs temperature?
3. Observations of sunspots, flares and prominences?
4. Study of radiation patterns from diffrent antenna?

Computer

If you are really good with computers you can try these:
1. Develop a program to write a new custom program.
2. Develop a video game
3.Studies of storage / retrevial techniques for computer systems

I'm currently taking computer science courses, if you need any help about programing and stuff i might be able to help.

Good Luck!
Great suggestions (again) BrainyGirl

However, I'm wondering about the computer science projects you suggested - specifically, I would think that science fairs would require (or prefer) investigatory projects. Hence, developing a video game might not qualify as a valid science project. Studying storage/retrieval processes for computer systems sounds interesting.

And your suggestion about writing a program that can write another program is also interesting - but sounds difficult. If I understand you correctly, are you suggesting something along the lines of Artificial Intelligence? If so, that's a pretty complex field.
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check out these sites.

[url]http://www.spartechsoftware.com/reeko/[/url]

[url]http://www.school-for-champions.com/science/experiments.htm[/url]
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thanks for that i may do that
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