GradingRubric_MO_W12 - Name: Experiment: Points: /100 Each...

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Name: Experiment: Points: /100 Each section is marked on a finite numerical scale, ranging from excellent (top), to unacceptable (bottom), with missing = 0. Particular criteria needing work are highlighted. The most important criteria are in italics. Format Points /5 Expansion report cover is used. Different lab reports are separated by notebook dividers Original in-class notes , not recopies, are provided, with handwritten notes on engineering paper . Contents are in correct order : in-class notes followed by analysis section, ending with written section Record Keeping Points /30 In-class notes (5 pts.) 5 4 3 2 1 0 Notes are easy to follow : an outsider could tell what was being recorded and why. Notes are complete : operations or conditions that affect the interpretation or analysis of data are given . First page includes name of experiment , names of all partners , and dates beginning and ending experiment. Each page is numbered and dated . Notes are neatly kept and are recorded in pen . Apparatus diagrams and annotations (10 pts.) 10 8 6 4 2 0 The diagrams + annotations succeed in communicating how the apparatus works and how it was used . Diagrams are functionally clear : the diagrams would make sense to other students in the course. Diagrams are correct and well annotated , indicating the use and/or function of each important component and sub-component , clear signal paths , and important physical features (e.g. magnet orientation, important dimensions) . Diagrams are original drawings taken from the apparatus itself, not merely copied from the instructions. Data (15 pts.) 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 0 Raw data are correct : no significant mistakes in collection of data. [Note – you should annotate corrected mistakes] The data set is sufficient to calculate all important results and random uncertainty . Relevant conditions pertaining to data sets (e.g., sample type, run number, equipment settings) are present. Tables of data
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course PHYSICS 431 taught by Professor Marjorieolmstead during the Winter '12 term at University of Washington.

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