Physics Lab Report ( Newtons Second Law).docx

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Physics Lab Report Format Name: Title: Hypothesis: Overview: Procedure: See Lab Instructions Data Table: See Lab data sheet(s) Uncertainty & Error: Conclusion/Summary: Application: ______________________________________________________________________ Notes for each heading: Name: Do not expect credit if not included. Title : The experiment name. Do not include the Module number. Again, without this, do not expect credit. Hypothesis: Statement that the experiment is going to test, prove, or disprove. What is the point of the experiment? (Make a statement that the experiment will either prove or disprove.) Overview: Brief summary of what occurred in the experiment or what was tested and how. Procedures: See Experiment Instructions Data Table: See Experiment Data Table Uncertainty & Error: Can you trust your data? Considerations: 1)What factors may have affected or biased the data and introduced uncertainty in the lab measurements? Or, what conditions created uncertainty in your measurements? Which measurements were most affected?”

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