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How to Write a REPORT.
Transcript of How to Write a REPORT.
Report is a given
or researching a
In specific way -
To make or present
an official or formal
about a topic.
What does it USE for ?
What is a Report and What do we use it for in daily lives.
My version of Report ( mine example )
How to make / write a REPORT ( it can be any report )
" Writing a Report , it is fine , follow and check this procedures ".
Always write in double spaced setting.
Writing a report , you need to write a introduction title.
Write a hypothesis about what your topic is about.
You need a purpose about your report and materials or supply that you used.
Write a body paragraph which proves or describes your thesis / hook or statement.
Write a procedure that you did in order of writing the report.
Write your conclusion that makes a summary to what you wrote in your statement.
Have less Grammatical mistakes and follow the style. As you keep as your hook.
Period - 4
" Report " presentation
In my words - It is use for the correct
use for what we observed about and
how that impacted with the cause or
effect. It also can be mean that the organized part were we can write it to make more sense.
In specific words - Reports are used for keeping track of information, which may be used to make decisions. Reports are used in government, business, education, science, and other fields, are often to display the result of an experiment, investigation, or inquiry.
Examples of Report. ( SPECIFIC )
There are a bunch of examples that we can find
about reports. Some examples are :
Credit Card Report
There are more reports that we see or make or even know in our daily LIVES.
Creativity is the thing that you have to have in any project or topic. It can be any subject or lesson.
Why - It will effect your definition to be seen clearly to viewers / audience
What - It can be anything ( video , image , google presentation , that you made or searched examples )
How - You can search it up or draw one or video tape yourself.
When - When you needed to make more sense about your topic. And prove your meaning.
Where - In your making.
link - https://docs.google.com/a/edison.k12.nj.us/presentation/d/1cwwZhLv0tUjg1-XChYM3ZOGjiahcGxH0Dn4WvWbdpfA/edit?usp=sharing
Click and there you go.
Tyler Fleegenshneeze August 11, 2001
Title: Making a Seismograph
Purpose: How does the magnitude of vibrations affect the amplitude of a seismograph?
Hypothesis: An increase in the magnitude of vibrations will result in an increase in amplitude of the seismograph.
Materials: clamp, metal bar, piece of string, rubber bands (2), table, pencil, two people
Procedure: I laced a piece of paper directly beneath the pen and the clamp stand. One person slowly moved the paper past the pen, as the other hit the end of the table. The first trial represented a medium magnitude movement. The second trial was the soft movement, and the third was the hardest, or the most forceful magnitude. While looking at each individual seismograph, the greatest magnitude was observed and identified. Measuring the distance from the top and bottom of the spike represented the amplitude. The data from each seismograph was recorded in the table on the following page.
Conclusion: This lab investigated how the magnitude of vibrations affects the amplitude of a seismograph. In order to study the problem we created three magnitudes of movement and measured the amplitude of each with a seismograph. My results showed the trial with the greatest amplitude was trial three because the table was being hit with the most force, making the table and the pen move more than the other three trials. The trial with the least amplitude was trial two because the table was hit with the least amount of pressure. While observing the experiment, I noticed that the more vibrations or higher magnitude resulted in a higher amplitude on the seismograph. The harder the table was being hit, the higher the amplitude rose. This proves my hypothesis was correct.