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Inference, hypothesis and conclusions

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Harvey Buckle

on 31 January 2017

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Transcript of Inference, hypothesis and conclusions

To know how to make inferences, hypotheses and deductions, arriving at conclusions
Scientific method
Data analysis
Data is produced from an investigation and often but not always includes numbers. If a scientist grows bacteria and counts the number of bacteria present every thirty minutes, the numbers he or she collects is data. If the scientist notices that the number doubles every thirty minutes, he or she can use the data to produce an explanation, eg that bacteria divide every thirty minutes and the numbers increase quickly.

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Inference, hypothesis and conclusions
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