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Final Presentation General guidelines Your presentation will summarize your work on this project and should follow the same general outline of the report, but include visual aides to help you explain the various aspects of your hypothesis, experiments, results, and conclusions. Be sure to highlight your individual contributions to the project. Be clear, concise, and be inclusive of all group members. All drawings and equations should be clearly labeled and legible. Spend no more than 12 minutes on your presentation; we will leave 3 minutes for questions. Project proposal Please describe in detail what your group will propose as a final project, elaborating in detail what the process will be for each step and the challenges/solutions you anticipate. Describe in detail what your role specifically will be in this endeavor. Notes are allowed during your presentation, but not encouraged. Reading from your notes is highly discouraged . These presentations should take no more than 5 minutes per group. Be organized and prepare your five-minute pitch before going up so that you can receive feedback on all aspects of your presentation and final project report.
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