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Parts of a Lab Report (Grade 9)

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Parts of a Lab Report

1. 
In a lab report, data should be analyzed in the Results section.
  1. True
  2. False
 
2. 
A lab report only requires a References section if it is being submitted as part of a science fair project.
  1. True
  2. False
3. 
The Results section of a lab report should include data in both visual and written formats.
  1. True
  2. False
 
4. 
In the Methods section of a lab report, it is more important to describe how the experiment should have been conducted than how it was actually conducted.
  1. True
  2. False
5. 
After completing a science experiment, you decide that the results may have been more accurate had you collected data over a longer period of time. Where in your lab report should you write about this?
  1. Discussion
  2. References
  3. Introduction
  4. Methods
 
6. 
Where in a lab report would you find a list of books and websites used for background research about the experiment?
  1. Methods
  2. Discussion
  3. References
  4. Introduction
7. 
Alexis creates a graph from the data she collected during a science experiment. In which section of her lab report should Alexis include her graph?
  1. Introduction
  2. Discussion
  3. Methods
  4. Results
 
8. 
In a lab report, an abstract comes directly before which other section of the report?
  1. Results
  2. References
  3. Discussion
  4. Introduction
9. 
In your lab report you want to explain how your data compares to a similar experiment previously published. In which section of the lab report should you include your explanation?
  1. Results
  2. Methods
  3. Discussion
  4. Introduction
 
10. 
You want to recreate a classmate’s experiment. You have the original lab report. Which section of the lab report would you read to find the types and amounts of chemicals needed for the experiment?
  1. Methods and Materials
  2. Introduction and Purpose
  3. References and Citations
  4. Discussion and Conclusions
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