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Applied Science

Technology, Law,Theory,Observation,Inference

How are science and applied science different? Science is an orderly method to solve a problem and make observations and applied science is inventing or creating a product to solve problems to better human life
How do you make an observation? using 5 senses and taking measurements
How do observations and inferences differ? An observation is measurable and/or countable and inference is a conclusion based on observations
What is a theory? A solution to a problem that has been tested many times to prove it works
What is an inference drawing conclusions based on observations and known information may not always be correct
What is a law? A rule in nature (does not try to explain... it just is)
Quantitative Observations measurable or countable
Qualitative Observations describable but not measurable
Created by: cimino