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Unformatted text preview: 1 Writing A Lab Report 1 Introduction The lab report is a concise description of the experiment you have done and the results. There is no bonus for excessive length. In fact you will probably be penalized for an overly wordy unorganized report. Neatness and readability are important. Your TA has to be able to read your report. Before doing your first experiment or writing your first lab report you should study the section Error Analysis. 2 Technical Aspects Of Your Lab Reports Please observe the following requirements. 1. A lab report should have a cover page with the following information on it. Name of the experiment. Students name. Partners name. Section. Date experiment performed. Date lab report due. 2. Each page of the report should be on smooth-edged 8 1 2 11 in paper. This includes text, data sheets, diagrams, graphs, etc. Use only one side of the paper. Please do not use paper that has been torn out of a spiral notebook. Lab pages should be numbered.use paper that has been torn out of a spiral notebook....
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2011 for the course PHY 102 taught by Professor Khurana during the Spring '11 term at NYU.
- Spring '11