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Unformatted text preview: This section should briefly discuss any problems you encountered when implementing your lab. Also briefly mention how you remedied these problems. Conclusion Tie-up the report with a concise conclusion. Include any remarks you had about the lab itself, suggestions you may have, or particularly interesting things you learned from the lab. Aim for 3-5 pages. Simple labs such as Lab 1 may be shorter while more complicated labs will likely require greater explanation and therefore be longer. The reports should be typed, and any hand-drawn figures (e.g. schematics) must be neat and clearly labeled. For reference, your pre-lab is worth 20% of your total lab grade, the lab itself is worth 50%, and the write-up is worth 30%....
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- Spring '08