While observing the experiment, I noticed that the more vibrations or higher magnitude resulted in a higher amplitude on the seismograph.
The harder the table was being hit, the higher the amplitude rose. I believe the results are accurate because while the experiment was in progress, the frame moved at the same rate as the table.
It can be used to repeat the experiment or to test other hypotheses in new experiments.
(Name)__________________ (Date)______________ Title: ______(the name of the lab or experiment) The purpose or problem states the reason(s) why you are doing the experiment.
Conclusion: This lab investigated how the magnitude of vibrations affects the amplitude of a seismograph.
In order to study the problem we created three magnitudes of movement and measured the amplitude of each with a seismograph.You may also make any predictions you would expect based on what you discovered.Tyler Fleegenshneeze August 11, 2001 Title: Making a Seismograph Purpose: How does the magnitude of vibrations affect the amplitude of a seismograph?My results showed the trial with the greatest amplitude was trial three because the table was being hit with the most force, making the table and the pen move more than the other three trials.The trial with the least amplitude was trial two because the table was hit with the least amount of pressure.You should explain in your own words what you found out or discovered.Your conclusion should state whether or not the data confirms or rejects your hypothesis.By Cheryl Randall Scientists know that lab reports are a very important part of every experiment.The purpose of an experiment is to answer a question by testing a hypothesis.The second trial was the soft movement, and the third was the hardest, or the most forceful magnitude.While looking at each individual seismograph, the greatest magnitude was observed and identified.