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LAB REPORT #0: L A T E X AND MATLAB in Physics Lab Reports Luciano Fleischfresser
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L A T E X and MATLAB in Physics Lab Reports 0.1 OBJECTIVE To show how L A T E X and MATLAB are used to make a Physics lab report. 0.2 PRINCIPLES, CONCEPTS AND LAWS Give an overview of the concepts involved in the lab, including physics laws, principles, relations, deFnitions and equations. If necessary , this part can be of some length. Some equations examples are given below: F = k · x (1) T = 2 · π · r m k (2) Equations can also be included in the body of the text, as here a = ( v - v 0 ) /t . Sometimes one way of including formulas is better than the other. You, as the author, have to make the decision on how to best present them in your report. Here is another example on how to include an equation in your lab report: | E - A | A · 100 = % error (3) 0.3 APPARATUS dynamic cart ticker tape spark timer weight bars 1
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0.4 DATA AND CALCULATIONS The data you collect and write in your lab notebook should be presented in tabular form.
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