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Scientific Method

is the procedure scientist use to explain why things happen the way they do Scientific method
what should you do once your experiments are done? See if the data supports your hypothesis
How should you arrive at your conclusion? By using the data you've collected in your experiments
What should you do if the data doesn't support your hypothesis? Adjust your hypothesis and design a new experiment
what is the point of doing an experiment? To test a hypothesis
What are you doing if you make a hypothesis without making an observation? You are just guessing
a standard used for comparison that does not change in the experiment Control
a standard that "varies" or changes in an experiment Variable
an educated guess based from your observations and prior knowledge Hypothesis
What are the 5 steps of the scientific method in order? Problem, observe & ask questions, hypothesis, experiment, conclusion
Created by: zackfolse