using Data Tables, Charts, Graphs, Diagrams, Sketches, Sentences, etc. for the lab. • BE SURE TO LABEL all information and UNITS of measurement. • If there is a Calculations and Data sheet provided with the lab, also write: “Refer to Calculations and Data Sheet” in your lab report. Then, complete the “Calculations and Data Sheet” and attach this AFTER the previous information on your lab report.
Materials In the Materials section of your Lab Report, list the materials (everything) necessary to get this lab done. C. Procedure The Procedure section of your Lab Report lists instructions or directions needed to accomplish the lab. They are already listed on the paper and do not need to be repeated. D. Data In the Data section of your Lab Report, you will be recording “just the facts” you’ve observed in your experiment. Data may include tabulated numbers, graphs, and short explanations of observations.
Right-click on your Computer desktop icon (or click Start and right-click on the Computer tab on the right pane of the menu). 2. Click on Properties. 3. Locate the System protection tab in the System Properties menu.
Be sure to answer the questions for each part of the lab. Deliverables Include your responses to the exercises only from this lab in a Word document named Unit 8 Labs Submit your responses as a typed document using Arial or Times New Roman 12-point font, double-spaced. This assignment is due by the end of this class period. Unit 8 Lab 8.2: Assigning Static IP Addresses Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes Identify the major needs and major stakeholders for computer networks and network applications. Explain basic security requirements for networks.
Please read this carefully and refer to it as needed throughout the semester. Laboratory Safety Guidelines The one factor that must be present in all laboratory activities is safety. Good laboratory practices require each individual to eliminate hazards to themselves, other people in the class, the college and the environment in every laboratory activity. Students are expected to follow the policies and procedures described here. • Know and use only safe experimental methods.
(Choose two answers.) a. Used for short-term memory e. Is installed onto the motherboard 5. This chapter describes the concepts behind how a CPU reads the contents from RAM. Which of the following is true about the process of read data, as described in the chapter?
Paola Lone 5/8/2013 Chemistry/ Semester 1 Procedure * Access the virtual lab and complete the experiments. Data * Below is the table that you will complete for the virtual lab. Either type your results into this table or print the table from the virtual lab (it must be submitted to receive full credit for this assignment.) * To print from the virtual lab. 1.
Your name, the name(s) of all members of your laboratory team and the date the investigation was performed is to be written in the upper right hand corner of the first page of each report. 4. An appropriate title for the report should be placed in the center of the first page of the report. 5. Each of the following sections of the laboratory report should be prefaced with the section names.
Personal Mission/Role Model/Leadership Statement 100 Points In Week 2 you completed the College Student Inventory (CSI) to help you determine what your strengths are as a student and what your obstacles might be. These obstacles may have included your study skills, but you may have also included managing multiple responsibilities and finances as obstacles. The discussion gave you the opportunity to begin thinking about your own Personal Mission/Leadership Statement and your plan for success. In Week 7, your final Personal Mission/Role Model/ Leadership Statement is due. It must include the following sections and will take the place of a formal final exam.