The Results section consists of at least three components: 1) one or more paragraphs that describe the results, 2) figures (graphs, diagrams, pictures), and 3) tables.
Remember to number figures and tables consecutively throughout the paper. Refer to figures and tables within the paragraph as you describe your results, using the word Figure or Table, followed by its number, for example, "(Figure 1)." If possible, place each figure or table at the end of the paragraph in which it is cited.
Include your Chi-square statistical analysis in the Results section.
Report your data as accurately as possible as it happens. Do not report what you expected to happen in the experiment. Do not discuss the meaning of your results in this section.
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