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The Scientific Method
Transcript of The Scientific Method
Step 1 : Observation
Step 2 : Hypothesis
Form a hypothesis about what will happen
Step : Test Hypothesis
Final Step : Publish Your Data
Publish the results so others can learn from your data
Step 4 : Develop Theory
What question are you asking and what is already known?
Examine the data and draw conclusions
Design and do the experiment
Will I fail the class if I don't do my final presentation?
If I don't do my final presentation, I will not fail the class
This presentation is worth 14% of my total grade. Due to the 80% I have in the class, I could totally not do it and receive a 68.8%, which is still passing. . .
Although a 68% is passing, it is not in my best interest to not do my final presentation because it will bring down my GPA
Well my fellow students, if you would like to find out how to pass or fail this class, multiply 14% by your current grade and subtract or add that number from your original score
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University, Illinois State. High School Research Symposium Research Project Information. 2013. July 2013 <http://cemast.illinoisstate.edu/students/high-school/research/information.shtml>.
The Scientific Method is a process for experimentation that is used to explore observations and answer questions.