A. Develop a lab report (suggested length of 3-5 pages, including graphs and tables) that includes the following

A. Develop a lab report (suggested length of 3-5 pages, including graphs and tables) that includes the following

1. Introduction a. Identify the scientific question in physics you chose. b. Explain the context of your scientific question by discussing two pieces of existing research that relate to your question. c. Explain why your question is important, interesting, and relevant to you and/or to the world. d. Identify the variables you will be exploring, including the following: i. One experimental variable ii. One quantitative response variable iii. At least three controlled variables e. State your hypothesis. 2. Materials and Methods a. List the materials and equipment needed to conduct your experiment, including all necessary measurement equipment (e.g., ruler, thermometer). Note: The type, size, and quantity of each material should be included (e.g., “a one-cup glass measuring cup,” not just “a measuring cup”). b. List the specific steps of the process used to conduct your experiment. i. Explain the steps of your process. Note: This explanation should be specific enough that someone else could conduct your experiment and should include how your data were collected. It should be written in the past tense and in third person. c. Explain how you included replication in your experiment. d. Explain the methods used for the quantitative analysis. Note: These explanations should be specific enough that someone else could reproduce your analysis. 3. Results a. Present the results of your experiment in the following formats: i. written description ii. table of data collected iii. graph(s) 4. Conclusion a. Discuss whether your results support your hypothesis. b. Discuss how your results compare to what you expected, including any discrepancies. c. Propose additional questions that could be addressed based on your findings. B. When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.

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