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The seven steps of the scientific method are observing an occurrence or asking a question, researching the topic, forming a hypothesis, designing and conducting an experiment, analyzing results, drawing a conclusion and ... More »

According to HowStuffWorks.com, the five steps in the scientific method are make an observation, ask a question, form a hypothesis, conduct an experiment and accept or reject the hypothesis. Various numbers of steps are ... More »

No one person gets all the credit for developing the scientific method because it was developed over thousands of years, by many different scientists, starting with Aristotle. It has continued to develop and is the gener... More »

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The five basic steps of the scientific method are: make observations, propose a hypothesis, design and perform an experiment to test the hypothesis, analyze the data to see if it supports the hypothesis and, if necessary... More »

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A scientific question is the second step of the scientific method, in which an experimenter asks a question that can be answered by forming a hypothesis and conducting an experiment. A scientific question should aim for ... More »

According to HowStuffWorks.com, the five steps in the scientific method are make an observation, ask a question, form a hypothesis, conduct an experiment and accept or reject the hypothesis. Various numbers of steps are ... More »