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• Step 1: Ask  a testable question
• Step 4: Perform an experiment
• How does the amount of fertilizer affect plant growth?
• I asked some of my friends to tell me how much fertilizer they use when growing crops and this is what i found
• Most farmers grow their crops with 50, 100, or 150 liters of fertilizer. Others  use no fertilizer at all
• Step 2: Research the problem
• Step 3: Form a hypothesis
• I think 50L is the right amount of fertilizer because 100 and 150 would be too much and with no fertilizer the plants won't grow.
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• The Farmer will put 50L of fertilizer on one field, 150 on another, and 100 on the last. On another field he will put no fertilizer.
• Control: the field with no fertilizer
• Dependant variable: amount of ears of corn
• After a month the I will see which field grew the most ears of corn
• Step 5: Analyze results
• Step 6: Draw conclusions
• Whichever field grows the most corn will be the method I  use for growing all my crops
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