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Lab Format

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on July 15, 2010 at 3:11:33 pm





I. PURPOSE:   Write a full description of the lab (why the lab is being

performed).  Include a hypothesis statement.   List the variables: 1) controlling (same for all), 2) manipulated (one you’re changing) and 3) responding (one you’re measuring).


II. MATERIALS: List all materials used.


III. PROCEDURE: List and number each of the steps in the order you did them.


IV. DATA TABLES & GRAPHS:  Data Tables and/or Graphs may be

attached to the back of your lab report.   All Data Tables and/or Graphs

should have a Title.   Data tables should be neat, with units and values

marked. Graphs should be neat, done on the computer and must have the following:

1) a title, 2) x and y-axis labeled with units.

Check out the website at http:/nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/



V. CONCLUSION: The conclusion will include a summary of your data

with the exact numbers, a summary of the lab, the meaning and

connection to the class and will show that the hypothesis is supported

or not supported.

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