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ESE 123 Laboratory Report Guide General: ESE 123 reports are not graded by weight. As students, we are encouraged to write long papers (and lab reports) to demonstrate that we have invested a great deal of effort in our studies. As working engineers, you will find the opposite; compact, appealing, readable and direct reports are the mark of a well focused engineer. When writing reports, you must first consider the needs of the reader. Business managers, collaborators working closely with you, and technically skilled people that are unfamiliar with your work will all benefit from different report presentations. This guide is intended to help you choose what material to include in your ESE123 laboratory report, and just as importantly, what material to omit. The reports will not be graded for English usage, but a neat and professional presentation is important. Figures and graphs must be machine drawn. Excel’s default plots are usually ugly, but you can generate quite acceptable results if you learn Excel’s options. Include units in all your work (text, calculations, and graphs). Show calculations; if the
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