What is a final group project report?
The objective of a final group project report is that you learn about the application of subject-specific methodologies, data analyses, report writing, and group project management. Your final group project report may be either with a given topic or set of data, or you may be required to select an appropriate topic yourselves. If you are not given a topic or set of data, you are required to select one specific topic with appropriate issues; search for, collect and filter the information that is relevant to the topic and issues.
In both cases you are required to:
Length and Focus
The length of final group project reports in Applied Mathematics varies. They should normally be about 1,500 to 2,000 words and 10 to 20 pages long. The focus of a final group project report can be on the application of particular subject-/topic-specific methodologies, or on the synthesis and analysis of subject-/topic-specific data.