Steps of the Scientific Method
Do Background Research
Construct a Hypothesis
Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment
Analyze Your Data and Draw a Conclusion
Communicate Your Results
________________________________________________________________ How do scientists use the Scientific Method to acquire new knowledge? If scientists are using the above step to collect their information, this is how they follow. First, they have to do a background research check on the on the subject that they want to bring to light. If they don’t do this, then they can bring bad opinions about the subject with false information. Second, they need to figure out a plan on how this research is going to be presented and give the correct statics that they are looking for. It never hurts to a have plan. Next they have do what people call a dry run on the subject that they wish to bring to light, cause you never know what could really go wrong if you just present with testing. Once they have done the trail test, they then to figure out their data that each of them has collected and compare notes, and check to see if the results fit their hypothesis or if they have to go back to the drawing board. Last, they would have to present their information to a company or whatever company they may be working for to see if it’s a hit or miss. If they are all following the above method to complete any scientific work, then they have accomplished what they have set out to do.
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