Creative Problem Solving. (digital story)

Creative Problem Solving. (digital story)

“in what way might i become a sought after employee when i graduate from university by 2016” use different techniques like boundary examination, goal orientation and 5Ws and H(IWWM….) see Proctor chapter 4.
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Lab Report is written from the third person; in the passive form, in the past tense. Signed data sheets

need to be stapled to the back of the report. All graphs must be labeled.

Lab report without the signed data sheets attached will automatically get a zero score.

Lab Report includes the following parts, each of them needs to be clearly marked in the lab report:

Title of the experiment; Student’s name (prominent); lab partners’ names; Group Number (attached to the lab

computers); TA’s name; Section number (SLN number from ASU catalog). (1 point)

Objective section – (3 points) It is a statement of what physics concepts/theory/law was investigated or tested.

What physics quantities had to be measured? It is one or two sentences.

Experimental Data (3 points)– raw data collected during the lab experiment. All experimental data should be

tabulated. Tables should have appropriate headings and contain units. All plots should be clearly labeled and scales

adjusted to present graph appropriately.

Data analysis section – (10 points)

The section where the experimental data used to calculate the physics quantity that needs to be found to achieve

the objective. All necessary calculations have to be present, which also includes all equations. All intermediate

quantities are also provided. All the work for calculating uncertainties of the experiment is also present.

Microsoft equation is one of the tools that can be used for typing the equation. The equation can either be typed

or it will also be acceptable to neatly hand write these calculations.

Results section – (3 points)

Results must be tabulated. Results include the physics quantities that were stated to be found in the objective. The

results should be organized in clearly labeled tables along with their errors if applicable. Results and uncertainties

have to be reported with the correct number of significant figures and appropriate unit.

The raw experimental data collected during the lab and signed is not what needs to be reported in the result


Discussion and Conclusion section – (10 points)

This is the most important part of the lab report. Begin discussion with the purpose of the experiment. Briefly

explain the physics theory/concept that was tested. State only the key results (with uncertainty and units)

quantitatively with numerical values; does not provide intermediate quantities.

Briefly explain the procedure that was used to collect the experimental data. Describe difficulties and

shortcomings that were encountered during the experiment and it caused the uncertainties in the final results.

Discuss “statistical errors” that affect your measurements, but which you can’t do anything about given the time

and equipment constraints of this laboratory. Suggest experimental redesigns to eliminate and overcome these

troubles. Include a description of sources of “systematic errors” in your measurement that bias your result (e.g.

friction in pulleys that are assumed frictionless in the formula). Describe the qualitative effect of each source of

error (e.g. friction slowed motion, causing a smaller value of acceleration to be measured). Describe only the 5

prominent sources of error in the experiment.

Address questions such as: Are the deviations in the experimental results due to uncertainty in the

experimental method, or are they due to idealizations inherent in the theory (or both)? If the deviations are due to

experimental uncertainties, can you think of ways to decrease the amount of uncertainty? Discuss how the

apparatus could be redesigned to reduce uncertainties or to streamline experimental technique. If the deviations

are due to idealizations in the theory, what factors has the theory neglected to consider?

All questions from the Lab Manual should be also answered in the discussion section. The conclusion

made if the objective of the experiment achieved.

Overall the full lab report is expected to be about 4-5 pages.


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