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Old 11-02-2005, 08:41 AM
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I have another question regarding my project.

For my research report, should I include ALL the pictures I have taken? I have taken at least 80 photos probably, but I am not sure whether to include it all in the report, or just a few?

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You should pick the most relevant ones. Try to limit the photos as you probably wont have enough space on your display board.
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I have to agree with Mad Sci. If you put too many on, it will be hayd to understand and read. If you put the most relevent ones, it will help the reader understand. Why did you take ~80 photos again?
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That is a lot of photos, putting them all on would distract the viewer from seeing the real project.
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Talking hahahaha...80 photos?

only include like 10-20 photos. if you include all 80 your grade will probably get lowered because it was over-kill. just choose the best ones.
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Thanks for all the help!

To answer the question of why I took so many photos - My project was whehter sugar, salt, or no additives would prolong the life of the cut flowers. I had three vases with sugar, salt, and no additives with two flowers in each, and I took three photos of each vase EVERY DAY for about two weeks.

I received an A+ on my science fair report recently, and now I am awaiting results for my oral presentation and my display board.

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