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Scientific Method

Steps of the Scientific Method - 8th Grade Science

First Step State the Problem
How to do First Step The problem should always be stated in the form of a question
Second Step Gather Information
How to do Second Step Begin with information you already know - then research additonal information
Third Step hypothesis
What is (definition) of third step Your educated guess to the answer to the problem in your investigation. A hypothesis is a testable statement
Fourth Step experiment
What is (definition) of the fourth step a set up that enabls observations to be made
Factors that are kept the same in an experiment controlls
Conditions that are changed in order to find out the effect of that change variables
Fifth Step record data
What do you do with results transfer into form of graph
Sixth Step conclusion
What is (definition) of the Sixth Step hypothesis is correct or incorrect. Original hypothesis not recorded results of experiment described
Created by: shaniatw