Browning Apple: Abstract

NOTE:: If you are not given a specific abstract format to follow, ask your instructor to approve the following outline. is

ABSTRACT:
This is a report of 250 words or less about the experiment. It should be written in the past tense without the use of any personal pronouns. Following are parts that should be included in this formal report.

Problem (or question): A statement (or question) about the project including the independent variable, dependent variable, and constant factors.

Example:

Problem: To determine if the type of citric fruit covering apple slices affects the browning of the slices.

Question: What effect does the type of citric fruit covering apple slices have on their browning ?

Hypothesis: Your prediction about the answer to the question.

Example:

Since all citric fruits contain citric acid, any kind of citric fruit covering apple slices will prevent the slices from browning.

Experiment

Procedure: Brief statement of how the experiment was performed

Results: Brief statement of what happened. Basically a summary of the data.

Conclusion: State the hypothesis and whether or not the data supported or did not support the hypothesis.

Errors: State two errors that did/or could have occurred that would affect the data. If the experimental data did not support your hypothesis, this is where you would provide reasons why.

Improvements: State how the experiment could be improved for possible further explorations.

Application: State how the results of experiment could be used in everyday life.
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