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Lab Book Write-Up Guidelines AP Physics Your lab books should be kept in a manner consistent with standard practices used in industry. You should make all entries in ink (graphs and sketches may be done in pencil), with corrections made by simply striking out the mistake with a single line and then writing a correction (do not use whiteout). All data gathered must be entered directly into your lab book. All lab work should be dated. You should use complete sentences and proper grammar. When you are asked to read and prep a lab, you should read the entire lab and write up the purpose, background, and procedure before you come to class to complete the lab. Generally speaking, all labs should contain the following sections: Note: even if there are multiple parts to a lab, there should only be one Data section and one Analysis section. Purpose: Describe the purpose of the lab and what we are trying to prove or determine. This will generally be provided in the lab handout, but use your own words. (1 or 2 sentences)
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