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  • Hmm.. I wonder why it does that?
  • Let me find out more about this.
  • I think this will happen..
  • Problem: You should have a problem so you know what to search for. This is important so you can make sure you will find the answer to your question.
  • Ok.. Now to start experimenting
  • Research: You should research so you can have as accurate of a hypothesis as you can. Also it will allow you to have more knowledge while experimenting.
  • Results: ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~
  • Now to analyze my data
  • Hypothesis: A hypothesis is an educated guess of what you will predict to happen. These are useful so you can compare answers to see if you were correct.
  • Results: ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~
  • I now can conclude my experiment
  • Experiment: When you experiment, you want to make sure it is reliable so you should only have one independent variable. This allows you to get the proper results. This may take a few times to get.
  • Analyze: Ask yourself if you made a reliable experiment. Then, once you know you have made a trustworthy test you can record your observations and data.
  • Conclusion: For the last step of the scientific method, you should summarize the important parts of your experiment and what your final results were.
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