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The Way of Science The Way of Science - an endeavor to find request in nature and to utilize that learning to make forecasts about what ought to happen in nature The Way of Science Essential objective of science?
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The Nature of Science

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The Nature of Science - an endeavor to find request in nature and to utilize that learning to make expectations about what ought to happen in nature

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The Nature of Science Primary objective of science? To find request in nature and to utilize that information to make expectations about what ought to happen in nature

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Involves attempting to answer an arrangement of inquiries: What is the issue about nature to be replied? What pertinent truths and information are now known?

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Involves attempting to answer an arrangement of inquiries: What new information ought to be gathered and how? After information are gathered, would they be able to be utilized to plan a logical law or hypothesis?

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Involves attempting to answer an arrangement of inquiries: How can a speculation be concocted that clarifies the information and predicts new certainties? Is this the most sensible theory?

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Involves attempting to answer an arrangement of inquiries: What new investigations should be possible to test the speculation (and alter it if vital) so it can turn into an exploratory hypothesis?

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: State the inquiry we wish to answer Collect information Qualitative Data - unmistakable perceptions Quantitative Data - estimations

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Formulate theories Hypothesis - a recommendation that is advanced as a clarification for, or expectation of, a perception or a marvel

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test speculations through experimentation A trial assesses elective theories Experiments must be reproducible through controlled analyses

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test speculations through experimentation Controlled Experiment Experimental Group - a variable (e.g. temperature, focus, and so on.) is changed in a known manner Control Group - the picked variable is not changed

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test speculations through experimentation Controlled Experiment All segments of every gathering are as indistinguishable as could reasonably be expected and experience the same conditions, aside from the variable being controlled in the exploratory gathering

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test theories through experimentation Controlled Experiment Any contrasts between the two gatherings ought to come about because of the variable that was controlled in the test gathering

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test speculations through experimentation The best theory is the one that holds under a mixed bag of investigations and which makes expectations that can be utilized to test the theory\'s legitimacy

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test speculations through experimentation If the test\'s consequences don\'t bolster the speculation, then overhaul the speculation

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test speculations through experimentation Hypotheses can be tried utilizing a model - a surmised representation or recreation of a framework being concentrated on

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: Test theories through experimentation Types of models Conceptual Physical Graphical Mathematical

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: After broad experimentation, detail a logical law Scientific Law - a depiction of what researchers discover occurrence in nature again and again in the same route, without known special case

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps An exploratory law just abridges a relationship; it doesn\'t clarify the relationship Boyle’s Law: V = k/P Law of Conservation of Matter

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Steps: If numerous examinations by diverse researchers bolster a specific speculation, then the theory turns into an investigative hypothesis

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process Scientific Theory - a very much tried and generally acknowledged experimental theory

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process An exploratory hypothesis: Represents the best clarification for the marvel in light of ebb and flow learning Is tried through nonstop experimentation and maybe dismisses or altered

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The Nature of Science The Scientific Process An exploratory hypothesis: Often turns out to be more exact as researchers acquire data Is helpful for its prescient worth

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The Nature of Science Are Scientific Laws and Theories True? Researchers: Can refute things, yet can never demonstrate anything Are more worried with how valuable a hypothesis or law is in clarifying and anticipating what happens in nature

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The Nature of Science Are Scientists Always Objective and Ethical? NO

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The Nature of Science Is Science Good or Bad? Not one or the other

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