(a) Guidelines for writing Lab ReportsLab Reports (worth 42% of final grades)
•You will do 10 experiments in this semester; for 7 (ifi d)f th10itill bbitti(specified) of those 10 experiments you will be submitting a Lab Report.•Each lab report will be graded out of 20 points.Fhit l btill bth 6%i tf•For each experiment lab report will be worth 6% point of the total grade.•Note: Experiment # 9 has 4 steps. You will write one lab report to include all 4 steps together, which will be graded out of 20 points (which will be worth 6% point of the totalout of 20 points (which will be worth 6% point of the total grade).
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•Lab reports should be typed with multiple pages being tl d tthstapledtogether.• Only paper copies will be graded Lab reports turned in• Only paper copies will be graded. Lab reports turned in after 15 minutes once class starts on the days when they are due will be considered late. (e.g. If your class starts at 11:00 AM, reports turned in after 11:15 AM will be considered late.) •Failure to turn in a lab report for the correct experiment within first 15 minutes of the class time (e.g. by 11:15 AM for the above example) on the days when they are due willfor the above example) on the days when they are due, will result in a minimum penalty of one point each. An added point will be taken off for every additional working day that lab reports are late.