Scientific-method meaning

Do background research to learn what others have discovered about your topic.
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Construct a hypothesis to determine how you think your questions should be answered.
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Scientific method is a well documented, carefully controlled experiment that applies logic, order, and critical thinking skills to solving problems and finding new information.
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Test your hypothesis by conducting an experiment.
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Analyze the data you have collected during the experiment.
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Ask a question to define the problem or issue you wish to resolve.
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A method of research in which a hypothesis is tested by means of a carefully documented control experiment that can be repeated by any other researcher.
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Formulate a conclusion based on your research and the data you’ve gathered from your experiment.
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Communicate your results to others who have an interest in the topic.

An example of scientific method is a very detailed step by step list of what must be considered and done when changing a lightbulb.

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The principles and empirical processes of discovery and demonstration considered characteristic of or necessary for scientific investigation, generally involving the observation of phenomena, the formulation of a hypothesis concerning the phenomena, experimentation to demonstrate the truth or falseness of the hypothesis, and a conclusion that validates or modifies the hypothesis.
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The principles and empirical processes of discovery and demonstration considered characteristic of or necessary for scientific investigation, generally involving the observation of phenomena, the formulation of a hypothesis concerning the phenomena, experimentation to test the hypothesis, and development of a conclusion that confirms, rejects, or modifies the hypothesis.
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(sciences) A method of discovering knowledge about the natural world based in making falsifiable predictions (hypotheses), testing them empirically, and developing theories that match known data from repeatable physical experimentation.
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