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Unformatted text preview: group did and found in the course of answering the questions in the lab. Complete, coherent sentences are a must! The report must be typed and double-spaced and should include relevant graphs and equations. While it is preferred that the equations and supporting mathematical work are created electronically, they may be neatly hand-written within the report. Graphs must be created electronically. The report must be written in a way that anyone with precalculus knowledge could understand what was done, even though they had not looked at the lab previously. The report must be understood on its own. A good lab report contains the following: • an introduction explaining to the reader what the lab was about; • a body that discusses the concepts involved, provides a description of the procedures your group used, and insights the group gained during the course of the work; and • a conclusion that gives an overview of the results and summarizes what you learned....
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course MAT 194 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.
- Fall '08