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Unformatted text preview: Unit 2 Mai Le Unit 2 Project SS260-03: Gender and Society 1 Unit 2 Unit 2 Project 1. There are five steps involved in the scientific method. Step one is to state the problem that we encounter. Step two is to make an observation about the problem. Step three is to form a hypothesis about what the outcome might be. Step four is to test to examine the validity of that hypothesis. The last step is to conclude the outcome of the experiment whether it is closed to the hypothesis. Example: Step one: I love noodle and suddenly craved for it a month ago so I wanted to find out which instant noodle style is tastiest for me. Step two: I have like Korean noodle in the past. Now that I have resided in the U.S. and this international supermarket that I usually go to has whole lot more variety of instant noodles from many different countries that I had not tried before. Step three: I assumed that Korean noodle would be my favorite still. Step four: I bought one bag of every kind of noodle of very branch and eat one every lunch and examine their noodle...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course SS 260 taught by Professor Don'tremember during the Summer '07 term at Kaplan University.
- Summer '07