Using the scientific method

United States, 1952

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Presents the scientific method in the context of an every-day problem. Begins with the definition of the problem and shows the steps in the procedure through collection of information, formation of a hypothesis, and the experimental testing of the hypothesis to the retesting of the results obtained. The attitudes so necessary for successful work with the scientific method, objectivity and precision are also stressed.


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