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Lab Report GuideNote: do the variables first as they guide the rest of the labTitleThe relationship between theindependent variableon thedependent variable.Datelab was performed not date written up.Research QuestionState exactly what you want to find out. It can often be written in the form:What is the mathematicalrelationship between theindependent variableand thedependent variablefor a …Background InformationResearch into relevant formula, applications and uses that relate to your investigationVariablesIndependent– what you are changing on purposeDependent– what you are measuring. It is what depends/changes because of the independent variableControlled– what you are keeping constant in order to ensure a fair test. These are measurable quantitiesnot pieces of equipment (include at least 2).Hypothesis:Whatyou think the relationship will be?Whyyou think this will occur?Predict the relationship with how (independent variable)will affect the (statedependent variable). Justifyyour prediction using scientific reasoning. This will come from your background information.ex.As theincreases (or otherwise changes) thewillbecause ___________________ (explain using scientific reasoning,perhaps refer to a formula and explain with research. Make sure you cite your research)Draw a sketch of your predicted results/relationshipno numbers or points are necessary but if you know your range for your independent variable you caninclude it in your prediction graphcheck that the words in your prediction match the pattern in the graph.based on line/curve consider adding some of thefollowing words to prediction “linearly, increasingrate, decreasing rate, leveling off”Equipment/Materials ListAverticallist ofevery pieceof equipment and materials incolumns.Equipment are non-consumable items (things we use over and over again).Materials are consumable items (things that we only use one time).only add quantity if greater than 1, in (parenthesis after the value)independent variabledependent variableincrease / decrease / stay the sameEquipmentMaterials50 ml graduated cylinderdistilled water (50 ml)250 ml beaker (2)salt (20 g)test tubes (10)0.5 M hydrochloric acid (20 ml)test tube rack1 M hydrochloric acid (20 ml)bunsen burnertripodstop watchtemperature probe data loggerMYP Science Lab Guide and Exemplar1
Lab Report GuideDiagramOf main set-up onlythe diagram should include thevariables,explicitly labelled.Use ruler to draw line from the picture to label in pencil or label a hand drawn diagram on computergroup labels and diagramuse proper scientific symbolsMethodDescribehow the data will be collectedNeeds to be clear and in a logical sequence, use numbered steps.Do not use the words “I” or “we” instead use a “command voice”Ex. “ 3. Measure the temperature by reading the scale of the thermometer.

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Term
Fall
Professor
mr. wagrd
Tags
Energy, Force, Potential Energy, Orders of magnitude, Analysis of Data

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