Jan24 - UCSD CSE 15L Java Debugging and the Scientic Method...

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UCSD CSE 15L Java Debugging and the Scientifc Method Lab 3 (Week 4) January 24, 2011
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Quiz today 1.Take your quiz sheet and fold it closed . 2.At the announcement, unfold it and start. 3.Write on the front and, if necessary, on the back. 4.You have seven minutes. 5.Fold the quiz closed again, at the announcement.
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Lab 3 The procedure for the lab this week is similar to last time. In lecture now, I will talk about the scientific method . The scientific method should sound familiar and sensible, based on your experience in science classes both in college and in school.
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The scientifc method (one version) Six steps: Question (a real-world goal) Hypothesis (a factual statement that is either true or false) Experiment (a manipulation of the world) Prediction (the expected outcome of the experiment) Observation (the actual outcome) Conclusion (the hypothesis is falsified, or supported)
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of the scientific method. Montgolfier brothers’ hot air balloon
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