Lab Report Informal Memorandum.
Use this for communications within an organization.
This form will show you how to organize a Lab Report

DATE:
June 4, 2020 sp (The date is automatically entered for you)
TO:
sp (Who are you sending this to?)
FROM:
sp(Enter your name here)
RE:
sp (State the topic here)
Introduction

Indicate the overall topic, purpose, and an overview of the research. Avoid diving into the
actual discussion.

Background

Discuss the information leading up to this project. Let the readers know of similar or
opposing research of this topic.

Literature Review

This area would discuss literature related to your project. Summarize the readings of
other authors. Again, use the bibliographic format in your textbook.

Theory, Method, Procedure, and Equipment

Present your theory or approach to the project here. Discuss common thinking on the
subject and then explain your findings. Readers should be able to use this section to
replicate your project.

Observations, Data, Findings, and Results

Show collected data in this section using tables, charts or pictures to clarify the material.
Be sure that your opinions are not included in this section, just the facts.

You will have to provide your
own table in your assignment.

One is shown in the print preview as an example.

Conclusions

Draw conclusions based on the data you have entered and explain how
you arrived at them.

Implications and Further Research

Discuss how these findings can be applied and also outline any possible future research.

Information Sources
or Bibliography

This will be a complete list of information sources used in this report, including any
previous resources mentioned in the above sections.
(See your textbook for samples.)

Your Name:

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