Lab Assignment for Unit 0
Read the entry on Lab Work for this course.
Then read the following sections in the Student Survival Guide:
Be sure that you understand the requirements for lab credit:
Consider the different ways you can present data: lists, drawings, graphs, tables. If you have access to a spreadsheet, experiment with generating different kinds of graphs from a table of (made up) data.
Make notes on each part of the lab report, and especially on anything that doesn't make sense to you. Bring any questions you have on lab expectations to class.
A good lab report data section includes all your raw data measurements, sample calculations, graphs if it is important to show a trend in the data, the results of your calculations, and a summary of the importance of the data to your goal.
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