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Unformatted text preview: wording you use in these sentences should be identical to the wording you use for your subheadings so that the reader can be sure that what he is reading is what you indicated you were going to tell him about. You should use subheadings in this section to make it easy for the reader to locate particular information. How you divide the material into subheads is up to you, but there should be a logic to it. For example, it might make sense to create a subheading for the theory connected to one aspect of the experiment or one piece of apparatus, or you might use a subheading for theory of methods, equations, and for uncertainty analysis. Depending on how much material you have to discuss, you might find it useful to have subsubheadings under some of the subheadings. Theory is considered general truth or established knowledge and is thus written about in the present tense Page 1 of 1 Theory 3/27/2006 http://www.ae.utexas.edu/courses/ase120k/theory.html...
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