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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Monkeys and Apes Anthropology 171 Week One (complete and hand in to GTF in class) Name: ________________________ GTF________________ Day & Time:__________ This exercise is intended to help you start thinking about the scientific method, and to give you hands-on experience generating hypotheses, making predictions, and coming up with ways to test your hypothesis. The statement below was generated from observations of the diversity and biogeography of the living primates. There are no living grassland New World (Central and South America) monkeys in existence today. Hypothesis: Predictions if your hypothesis is true: Predictions if your hypothesis is false: Way or ways to test your hypothesis – be creative: Introduction to Monkeys and Apes Anthropology 171 Week One (complete and hand in to GTF in class) Name: ________________________ GTF________________ Day & Time:__________ This exercise is intended to help you start thinking about the scientific method, and to give you hands-on experience generating hypotheses, making predictions, and coming up...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2009 for the course ANTH 171 taught by Professor Franciswhite during the Spring '09 term at University of Oregon.

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