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OMG! My chem teacher is always obssessive about having perfect tables? Any tips on how to make perfect data tables for the IB? I just started IB by the way in Grade 11. Thanks

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Just make sure to include the necessary information, really. Depending on what you are doing, it'll include,

  • Title
  • What you are testing
  • What you are measuring
  • Trials + average (if relevant)
  • Units
  • Uncertainty values (both trials and average, if relevant)

Again it can vary depending on the lab itself, but that's generally it.

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Just make sure to include the necessary information, really. Depending on what you are doing, it'll include,

  • Title
  • What you are testing
  • What you are measuring
  • Trials + average (if relevant)
  • Units
  • Uncertainty values (both trials and average, if relevant)

Again it can vary depending on the lab itself, but that's generally it.

ctrls hit it right on the head. I would put a italicized title before the actual table. Most left column should have the Manipulation (1~5) and trial numbers. Upper row should say what you are measuring with the uncertainty if it is constant (usually instrumental). Raw data and processed data should always be in a separate table. If you ask what your teacher specifically wants, then you'll probably get a better answer and get a better mark on your labs.

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