A Note about Special Problems

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A Note about Special Problems Each Special Problem will describe a situation and give one or more questions to investigate. A general format for your report might include these sections: Introduction (where you introduce the problem and describe what you will investigate); Analysis (where you look at the data both numerically and graphically, using a computer utility), and Conclusions (where you summarize your findings). For some investigations, it may be appropriate to include a Procedures section where you describe the steps you go through to analyze a set of data, or design and carry out an experiment. Preparing you Report The purpose of the written report is to communicate your experience to others. Basically, you’re introducing the investigation or setting the stage, telling the reader what you did and what your results were, and what you learned from the investigation. You do not need to write out step-by-step listing of the software commands you used. Rather, you should describe in general terms why you did it, and what your results were. Pretend that
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