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Project Paper Guidelines The paper should be 3-5 pages in length, double spaced. The minimum page requirement refers to text and does NOT include any graphs, tables, photographs, etc., or the References Cited section. A minimum of three reliable references are required. At least one of these must be from a peer- reviewed journal. The paper should follow the format of a scientific paper and include the following sections (clearly labeled): Introduction –What is the problem I am addressing? Provide background information about your topic. What prior work has been done in the field? Be sure to cite references. How does my question relate to a topic we discussed in class? Clearly state your question and hypothesis. Materials and Methods - How did I investigate the problem? This section would include an explanation of how you went about collecting data, when, how often, what was measured, etc. This section should present the project as precise in design and replicable by others.
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