Theories: A brief history of the theory involved (1). State the theory and explain it (1). Provide a practical application of the law (1). (Refer to book or internet)
Procedure: Set up a list of materials and a list of steps taken to complete the lab.
(Try to explain how to setup the lab and take data to someone who hasn’t seen it before. Don’t Include your own numbers, keep it general.) (1)
Data: Present original data taken (whatever units the instrument used) (1). Show a sample calculation of your work with formulas and converted units. (1)
Uncertainties: Elaborate on any uncertainties that may have influenced your measurements. (DON’T USE HUMAN ERROR. Look up Random and Systematic Error.)(2)
Analyze: Present data and explain the calculations
(Evaluate your calculations and explain what they represent. Do your values justify a successful or unsuccessful lab? Are you results accurate? Are they precise? Did the results support the theory? What was learned from the lab?) (2)
Remember the amount you write isn’t important, the theory and experiment is!
Do not hand in any material that was given to you!
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