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Name: Felicia
Status: educator
Grade: 6-8
Location: GA
Country: USA
Date: N/A 


Question:
How do you write a log book for a math project to be entered into a Science Fair?



Replies:
I am not aware of a specified format Unless the science fair administrators publish a guideline.

Given this, I would just get a notebook and start keeping notes in it. I would date each entry and follow that with a brief description of what happened that day, Kind of like a daily diary.

Sincere regards,
Mike Stewart



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