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Sunshine447

  • 2 years ago

This is a very odd question, but, can somebody please teach me how to write an abstract for my science fair project?

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    What do you mean by abstract? Just summarize the project... Hope that helps: http://research.berkeley.edu/ucday/abstract.html

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    There are two interpretations of abstract, a brief simplified version of a final document, or the abstract (a summarized version of context and intentions of the project). If the abstract you refer is a small draft of the science fair project than: brief abstract that "resumes the idea", maybe an introduction following mostly "why bother?" something on materials or metodology ("how will the project be performed, waht materials will require, etc") what do you intend to get (results something you intend to obtain) Also, Google: science fair project abstract template science fair project proposal template science fair project template

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