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bio204.s1.d03

cava bio 204 s1.d03 scientific processes 1

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A hypothesis is often based on an "[...]-[...]" statement. An "[...]-[...]" statement provides a handy setup for experimental testing. A hypothesis is often based on an "if-then" statement. An "if-then" statement provides a handy setup for experimental testing.
if you wanted to know which of two fertilizers worked better for your tomato plants, you would give one group of plants fertilizer A and the other group fertilizer B. You also would establish a [...] group of plants that receive no fertilizer. if you wanted to know which of two fertilizers worked better for your tomato plants, you would give one group of plants fertilizer A and the other group fertilizer B. You also would establish a control group of plants that receive no fertilizer.
A well-designed experiment includes an [...] group and a control or baseline group. A well-designed experiment includes an experimental group and a control or baseline group.
The control group in an experiment gives you something to compare your experimental group to. That comparison allows you to verify your [...]. The control group in an experiment gives you something to compare your experimental group to. That comparison allows you to verify your hypothesis.
Created by: mr.shapard