The Scientific Method

The Scientific Method - The Scientific Method 1 According...

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The Scientific Method 1 According to what we have been given we have a total of six plants. Three with a light on the left and then the other three have light on their left. With the plants with the light on the right, they grew to the right showing that they will grow to the light. Therefore, when you look at the plants with the light to the left they grew that way so it confirms that the plants will follow the direction of the light. With all of this being confirmed it supports what I had as my hypothesis, which was plants will grow in the direction of the light. I would have to say a best real life situation that is easy to explain would be look how a sunflower acts during the day. A sunflower will follow the sun throughout the day. In the end, I would have to say that sunlight dose effect the way plants grow. Since every plant is different just like every person sunlight effects each plant different so do come to a full conclusion you would need to study every plant to decide for each plant how sunlight affects them. Using scientific method would be just like when I am raising my kids and when the baby is crying. I have to guess and discover what is wrong to make
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2011 for the course CJS 230 taught by Professor Sherman during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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