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The Scientific Method 1 The Scientific Method Nicole Nielsen Axia College Of University of Phoenix
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The Scientific Method 2 The Scientific Method Most people approach the world as logic, relationships, and observations. Two of these traits are included in the scientific method, however relationships is where the scientific method does not necessarily apply. Observations of our physical world as well as logical explanations help us to divide and sub-divide into categories and activities. The activities include: Observation, questions, hypothesis, testing and explanation. (Chaper 1 , pg 12 Week 1 reading) The activities may have to be repeated when researching, especially when the testing does not prove the hypothesis to be correct or when new questions come up. There are many life situations that include the scientific method, however most of the time we do not realize that it is part of our lives. When a plant is placed near the window it bends towards the sun. My six year old daughter asked why her sunflowers she planted in the morning would start by facing the east and then in the evening would be facing the west. I let her know that I had a hypothesis that plants needed sunlight in order to
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