a one explanation of error MUST relate to the experimental procedure itself b

A one explanation of error must relate to the

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a) one explanation of error MUST relate to the experimental procedure itself b) two other explanations can relate to such things as equipment deficiencies c) human error and calculations are not acceptable error sources d) errors should be things that actually happened during the lab not things that could have happened 8.) Additional Important Information •A complete rough draft of the first formal lab reported may be submitted the class immediately following the lab for teacher review. The final draft of this report is due the next class after the corrected report is returned. • If no rough draft of this report is submitted for teacher review, the final draft is due the second class period after the completion of the lab. Each student must turn in a lab report. Lab partners may share data, but making two copies of the same report or paraphrasing two reports is NOT permitted. EACH STUDENT MUST DO HIS OWN REPORT. •Students who copy lab reports from other students are cheating. Both the student who loans his report to be copied and the student who does the copying will receive a zero (0) on the report and will also be subject to all SPS rules governing cheating. No two lab groups should ever have the exact same data 9.) Lab Related Absence •If you are absent the day of a lab, please see me to discuss make-up options. •If you are absent on the day a lab report is due, the report must be turned
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in the first day you return to class or it will be considered late. No penalty will be assessed if the absence is excused. 10.) Failed Experiments Students are expected to write a lab report even if their experiment fails, their glassware breaks, their chemicals spill, etc. Under such circumstances the student should notify the teacher of the problem and she will then choose the best course of action.
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  • Spring '18
  • Eemroy Tahapa

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