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LabWrite Project 2000
 

Learning Objective #4:
to help you develop a fuller understanding of the lab report through a description and analysis of its parts

 

  • To write good reports, you need to have a clear sense of what you need to do in each part of the report.
PRACTICE: Go back to the list of the parts of the laboratory report you made above and describe, as best as you can, what you think the role of each part is. Your lab manual may give you a brief description of the parts of the lab report. If you find this in your lab manual, compare your descriptions with those in the lab manual.

 

 


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