The scientific representation in a similar way is using the evidence found within the experiments; however, this unfortunately does not tell you or show you how the science actually works. The
Scientific Method isbroken down into 5 simple routines; ask a question, formulate a hypothesis, perform the experiment, collect the data, and draw conclusions. However, it is too difficult to narrow science down to a certain 5 steps. Science is statistically proven to be too complex to be
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Science is not just answered after an experiment, when testing something you never know what you are going to get as a result. You have to test your experiment more than once to get a true answer. The result of the experiment you are doing may not have an explanation to the outcome; however, it has certain steps to follow to help get your result. In science you never know where the next step will go, your results may take you to a whole different look at a new experiment about to happen.
The Scientific Method doesn’t provide enough information to actually get the right prediction, or outcome that you want, but it also leaveslittle room to have your own opinion or creativity.
Being a part of the science field is a very long and hard process to follow, and you have to be able to be open minded about all the predictions, and observations you make. Being creative when coming up with certain ideas can always help with an outcome to the experiment. After all in today’s complex world,wouldn’t it be nice if all the problems and issues could be answered in 5 simple steps? The text illustrates that it is more complicated than that, but the scientific is a
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When retracing evidence, scientist also find new information about the things they have already experimented on, and that makes them have to start over, and get all the right facts.
The Scientific Method within a team of of scientists can become complicated because of the individuality of the team members. Scientist work doesn’tdepend on the individual work, it depends on all of thesteps they are supposed to follow in order to create their prediction.
However, in reality science is basedon the interactions the scientists have with each other.
There are different parts of the process of science that may be carried out by the different people, at totally opposite times.
Scientists’ predictions are proven or not when they use the evidence received from their experiments. Scientific investigations often ongoing, and continue to form new questions even when old questions are being answered. Scientific investigations often involve repeating the same steps over in order to make the right observations. Science relies on the creativeness of the people coming up with the new ideas, problems, or predictions. As with anything, going in