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There is no specified length, but most projects take at least five pages to cover well. Reports should begin with an introduction that explains what you are doing, why you chose the topic, and any hypotheses you have. Next the report should explain how you plan to approach the topic and what you need to do the project. If you cannot get the data you need to work your project, explain why not. Finally, explain the outcome – or what at least two possible outcomes you would expect if you had been able to get the data. If your project involves data analysis or collection, you must do something with the data, such as make projections or comparisons or apply the data to a real-world situation that has bearing on your life. If your report includes calculations, it should demonstrate and explain how the results were generated and what they mean. The conclusion gives the meaning of what you have done or found. Include a bibliography at the end for all references used.