lab....

when doing a lab you need an anayliss, but what is it and how do I make it like what do I need to put into my analysis?


In the "analysis" part of a scientific experiment, you take the data you have collected and use it to answer whatever question or problem was the objective of the experiment. It should include an error analysis.

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