## Conclusions

A conclusion is where you explain what happened in your experiment and why.

If you can find more specific patterns in your data write it down.

or explain further what this means

1) First you must state the pattern of your experiment, then back it up with the data.1) First you must state the pattern of your experiment, then back it up with the data.

*As the voltage was increased the current increased. For example, at 3V the current was 2A but at 6V the current was 4A.*If you can find more specific patterns in your data write it down.

*The graph was a straight line: this means the the current was directly proportional to the voltage across the resistor.***2) Then explain why you think it happened.***This is because the resistance of the resistor stayed the same.*or explain further what this means

*This means that the amount of energy the electrons give up going through the resistor is proportional to how much energy goes in.*

3) Try and get a relationship from the graph. If it is a straight line, you can calculate the gradient and use y=mx+c3) Try and get a relationship from the graph. If it is a straight line, you can calculate the gradient and use y=mx+c