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Unformatted text preview: Results: What were the results of your experiment? You should not draw conclusions here. You should describe your results in paragraph form. Include charts and graphs. Conclusions/Discussion: This is the why section. You should interpret your results and make inferences about them. What did you find out as a result of your experiment? Why are your results important to society, science or your audience? What future research may be done or what further questions do you have? References: Site two references from scientific journals . Make sure they are cited properly in your paper and in your reference section. An example is below: Eby, S. 2005. Fire and Herbivore Interactions in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology 402: 1332-1336....
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