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Unformatted text preview: Physics 103M: Writing a lab-report 1. Introduction (must be typed) • Write - in a paragraph - what is the main objective of this lab. • If there is a hypothesis, then state it. • Place this in the same page before the Conclusions. 2. Data • Attach all “Data Sheets” for the experiment • These sheets should have the TA's signature • Cut off all little rough edges when ripping pages out of your lab manual. 3. Data Analysis • Include all Excel and KaleidaGraph graphs and tables • Graphs should include: a) title, b) axis should include labels and units, c) x and y error bars • One graph per page, as big as possible * Not allowed: 2 students working in 1 computer outside of lab 4. Sample calculations • One example of each type of calculations performed in the lab-report should be included (if you perform a calculation once, and you have shown your work somewhere in the lab-report, you don't need to include it in your “Sample calculations” section)...
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- Spring '08
- Physics, little rough edges