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A fishbone diagram template is a preformatted document used to determine likely causes for a corresponding problem or phenomenon. It is sometimes referred to as a cause and effect diagram or Ishikawa diagram. More »

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Blank fishbone diagrams, or Ishikawa diagrams, are available on TimVandevall.com, WorksheetWorks.com and SampleTemplates.com, as of 2015. These sites provide free templates available for download and printing, and are us... More »

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To draw a fishbone mind-mapping diagram, draw a box in the middle of the left side of the page, and write the problem in it. From the problem box, draw a line along the center of the page. Think of the problem's major fa... More »

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Blank fishbone diagrams, or Ishikawa diagrams, are available on TimVandevall.com, WorksheetWorks.com and SampleTemplates.com, as of 2015. These sites provide free templates available for download and printing, and are us... More »

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A scientific model serves as a conceptual or smaller model of a real-life phenomenon used for analysis and observation. The smaller model makes it easier to test hypothesis and predict behavior. More »

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A scientific law is a generalization based on observations of a phenomenon. It gives descriptions regarding an event that occurs repeatedly when certain conditions are met, but it does not explain why the event happens. ... More »

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Venn diagrams with three circles compare the intersection of three separate concepts. Create a Venn diagram with three circles by drawing two overlapping circles and then a third circle that intersects the other two with... More »

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