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An experiment showing how a tomato grows is a good experiment to demonstrate the scientific method, according to Science Made Simple. Use the experiment to determine if a tomato plant produces larger tomatoes when the pl... More »

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In science, constants are values that do not change. Even though constants can be measured, they cannot be changed during the course of a particular experiment. More »

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Scientific method scenarios are situations in which the steps of the scientific method may be applied in order to create a testable theory. These scenarios can include traditional experiments, computer troubleshooting, p... 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 »

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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 »

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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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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 »

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