Use the following format to write your lab reports for this course. You must include each section (such as the Purpose and the Procedure). Make sure that the lab report is in your own words and that it is written in paragraphs, not bullet points. See the lab report evaluation rubric for a detailed explanation. Name your file Lab5 and both partners’ last names.

Use the following format to write your lab reports for this course. You must include each section (such as the Purpose and the Procedure). Make sure that the lab report is in your own words and that it is written in paragraphs, not bullet points. See the lab report evaluation rubric for a detailed explanation. Name your file Lab5 and both partners’ last names..

Use the following format to write your lab reports for this course. You must include each section (such as the Purpose and the Procedure). Make sure that the lab report is in your own words and that it is written in paragraphs, not bullet points. See the lab report evaluation rubric for a detailed explanation. Name your file Lab5 and both partners’ last names.

Lab Report Title

Purpose

This is the reason for the experiment. What were you investigating? What was your hypothesis? What was your focus?
Procedure

· Describe how to perform the experiment. What were your dependent and independent variables?

· What were the steps of the experiment? Be specific: your procedure must provide enough explanation for another researcher to replicate your experiment.

Data/Results

Data Selection: This includes observations (measureable information that you perceived through your senses) and raw data.
Data Presentation: Organize your data (using charts, tables). Be sure to include relevant measurements with units, and label your axes. Insert chart below.
CHART OR TABLE HERE

Analysis/Data Presentation

· Provide any calculations that you applied to the data. Give the general equation and a specific example. Include units of measurement.

· Include graphs. Each graph must have a title and data points, and its axes must be labeled. Include units of measurement.

· Describe any errors you encountered. Here, you should discuss instances in which you and your partner had conflicting data.

o What were the sources of error?

o What was the relative impact of each?

Conclusion

Your conclusion must be clearly and logically drawn from data provided, with a logical chain of reasoning from hypothesis to data to conclusions clearly and persuasively explained.Conflicting data, if present, must be explained. Again, write in paragraphs, not bullet points.

Use the following format to write your lab reports for this course. You must include each section (such as the Purpose and the Procedure). Make sure that the lab report is in your own words and that it is written in paragraphs, not bullet points. See the lab report evaluation rubric for a detailed explanation. Name your file Lab5 and both partners’ last names.

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