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        Division Information: Mathematics and Computer Science

Mathematics projects generally consist of the development of formal logical systems or various numerical and algebraic computations, and the application of these principles -- calculus, geometry, abstract algebra, number theory, statistics, complex analysis, probability. 

Computer Science projects involve the study and development of computer hardware, software engineering, internet networking and communications, graphics (including human interface), simulations, virtual reality or computational science (including data structures, encryption, coding and information theory).

Topics in this category may include:
- writing an original program and comparing it to an existing one,
- developing a new language,
- investigating the properties of a mathematical relationship,
- Calculate the average distance to a McDonald's.

Please see our Links page for further ideas.

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