# sanjaykolekar53

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## sanjaykolekar53Dr. D.Y. Patil Vidyapeeth

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Based on the lab above, in the first photo and the reaction occurred when the lab was done in the second photo, create a lab report, including all of these following stuff:

1. Introduction. (this is where you want to first grab the readers attention with something interesting that relates to the experiment that took place. Then you would provide a summary of the scientific terms that are discussed in the lab, a description of the variables and the units that are used for measuring along with any equation or formulas that will be used.)

2. Purpose. (state the problem which is investigated)

3. Hypothesis. (make a prediction about the problem being studied (if applicable). And then state the independent and dependent variable. (state hypothesis as “If independent variable changes, then dependent variable will change.)

(independent variable is something that is controlled by the researcher and dependent variable is something that is controlled by the independent variable.)

4. Materials. (a list of materials needed to test the hypothesis or complete the investigation.)

(the things that were used for this lab was a coin, water dish soap, a ceramic plate, baking paper)

5. Observations. (a record of what occurs during the test.) Data should be recorded in a table, all data tables must be numbered and have a proper title, unit for measurement must be in table headings only.

6. Sample calculations. (samples of each type of calculation must be shown) if multiple calculations are required, the results of all calculation should be recorded in table format)

7. Discussion. (answer any require discussion or analysis questions in this section.) this is the two questions that are asked at the end of both part one and part two in the first photo attached above.

8. Conclusion. (stay all results if there was a hypothesis State, whether it was correct or incorrect and why)

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