The Scientific Method

By: Megan Prats



The Scientific Method is a revolutionary problem-solving tool as it has brought the truth, and not fiction, to light about many aspects of the universe.  Thus, if the problem warrants it, the student should use the Scientific Method to filter her ideas into good answers.

The Scientific Method consists of the following steps:

  1. Make an observation.
  2. Ask a question.
  3. Form a hypothesis (testable explanation).
  4. Experiment.
  5. Use the results to make new hypotheses.


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