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•     How do computers help people do what they want to do?

•    Can computers simulate a form of artificial life?

•     How can a computer be used as a time clock to keep track of time worked.

•     Determining which computer is the fastest for different kinds of programs.

•    Which factors most affect the operating speed of a computer?

•     Demonstrate how a computer can be used as an educational tool.

•    Demonstrate how computer monitors use pixels to create images.

•    Demonstrate how internet data can be used to predict the weather
         patterns in your home town.

•     Develop a computer game such as hangman or tic-tac-toe.

•     Create a program that gives people information based on their birthday.

•    How do computer modems work?

•     Which WWW search engine produces the most accurate results?

•    How do web pages work?

•     Show how computer programs can simulate astronomical events.

•     Create a program that quickly teaches the user how to program in BASIC.

•    Do computers or computer monitors generate radio signals?

•     Examine the effect of magnetic fields on recording mediums (tapes, disks, etc.)

•     Create a program that simulates intelligence, responding to a user based on
        what the user inputs into the program.

•    Can a computer program affect childrens' learning ability?

•     Demonstrate how examinations can be administered by computer and
        simultaneously graded.

•    Develop and demonstrate a program to predict a comet's orbital path.

•    Develop an advanced computer program designed to solve one of several
        problems in the mathematics of probability.

•    Develop a computer program designed to solve one of several problems
        in advanced mathematics.

•     Create a program which teaches the user a set of technical facts thorough the
        use of branched programmed learning methods.

•    How does the C programming language work?

•     Compare the speed/effectiveness of different programming languages in
        running the same program.

•    Develop a program which will determine the feasibility of takeoff and flight
         for an aircraft.
   

•     Develop a program to solve mathematical formulas.    

•     Develop a program to convert English measurements
        to metric measurements.

•     Develop a program to recognize animal tracks based on their shape.

•     Can a computer program predict the future population of nations based on
        past population statistics?

•     Develop a medical program to identify common childhood illnesses based on
        the symptoms exhibited.

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