Wonderful, they've put me in gifted biology.
Which means two words. Two dreaded, evil words:
And all the perks that go along with it.
Which include the research paper, the veryvery best part that just warms my heart at the thought of writing it.
Sarcasm, I get in trouble for it.
SO, after hunting down probably the easiest experiment ever, "How Temperature Affects the Strength of a Magnet," (over-achiever, arn't I?) I need a bit of help on how to start off my paper.
I know that magnetic strength is supposed to weaken with heat and become greater with.. coldness? Hope that's a word. Anyway, I was just wondering what exactly the goals of a science fair research paper were and how I could tie those in with my topic. And of course, I've never been good with introductions, so some tips on starting off would be very much appreciated.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, whoever helps. (: