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Unit 1

Science, Biology, Life

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What is the proper order for the Scientific Method 1. The making of Empirical observation. 2. Form a hypothesis. 3. Run experiments. 4. Probability based conclusion. 5. Publication 6. More Testing 7. Theory Building
Hypothesis An idea that can be scientifically tested
Theory A set of statements based on scientifically tested facts that act to describe, explain, or predict aspects of a phenomenon
Inductive Reasoning Takes a series of individual instances or observations and uses them to form a new premise. Science is founded on this type of reasoning. Only existing premises you are allowed to use are inductive ones, in order to use deductive reasoning.
Deductive Reasoning Take existing premises and combine them to form a new premise.