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cava bio 204 s1.d02 sci methods

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Scientists use many scientific methods to answer their questions about the [...] world Scientists use many scientific methods to answer their questions about the natural world
One of the cornerstones of Aristotle's approach—which he called natural philosophy—was the idea that the human mind could find the answers to questions about the natural world based on [-ing] alone. One of the cornerstones of Aristotle's approach—which he called natural philosophy—was the idea that the human mind could find the answers to questions about the natural world based on reasoning alone.
In the 1600s the Scientific Revolution focused on evidence obtained either through [...] or careful [...]. In the 1600s the Scientific Revolution focused on evidence obtained either through experiments or careful observations.
Jane Goodall has made careful observations of behaviors and interactions among the members of a chimpanzee population in eastern Africa. Goodall observed chimpanzees making and using [-s]. Until then, scientists thought only humans had that skill. Jane Goodall has made careful observations of behaviors and interactions among the members of a chimpanzee population in eastern Africa. Goodall observed chimpanzees making and using tools. Until then, scientists thought only humans had that skill.
A [...] is an assumption about what will happen during an experiment or an observation. A hypothesis is an assumption about what will happen during an experiment or an observation.
Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on [...] 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results
Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a [...] 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results
Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to [...] the hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test the hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results
Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze [...] 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results
Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw [...] 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results Simplified Scientific Method: 1. Ask a question based on observations 2. Form a hypothesis 3. Design and Perform an experiment to test hypothesis 4. Analyze Data/Results 5. Draw Conclusion 6a. Form new hypothesis 6b. communicate results
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