One person slowly moved the paper past the pen, as the other hit the end of the table.
You should explain in your own words what you found out or discovered.
Your conclusion should state whether or not the data confirms or rejects your hypothesis.
The purpose of a lab report is to organize and communicate what you did in your experiment.
A good lab report explains exactly what you have done.
It was proven in trials one through three that the increased magnitude of table movement caused the greatest amplitude differences on the seismograph.
It is clear, therefore, that the movement of the frame also corresponds to the amplitude of the seismograph.Discuss any errors as well as any patterns you see.Part of the conclusion may be a new hypothesis based on your findings and suggestions for testing the new hypothesis in a different experiment.It can be used to repeat the experiment or to test other hypotheses in new experiments.(Name)__________________ (Date)______________ Title: ______(the name of the lab or experiment) The purpose or problem states the reason(s) why you are doing the experiment.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.During an experiment you may collect a lot of information, or data.But that data is not very useful unless it is organized.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. I believe the results are accurate because while the experiment was in progress, the frame moved at the same rate as the table.