The scientific Method is a 6 step method to understand how things-like space, humans, animals mammels, or any objects-work and why they work the way they do.
Observation is gathering information on a topic of interest. It is the first step to the scientific method. This step is usually use the 5 senses.
Problem is a good interesting question that you would like to learn more about. Problem is the second step to the scientific method. Your question should NOT be opinions or have more than one question. Instead, have it testable and clear.
Hypothesis is a possible solution that you believe is the possible outcome from your observation. Hypothesis is the 3rd step to the scientific method.
Experiment is to determine if your hypothesis is correct by designing and carrying out test or trails. To help you set out your experiment, write down steps to follow and keep careful records. Experiment is the 4th step to follow in the scientific method.
While you or scienctist are making experiments, they are collecting data, aka, results. Your result can be form in many ways, like notes, charts, graphs, and maybe pictures. Results are the 5th step to the scientific method.
Conclusion is the part we're scienctist and/or you analyze and summarize your results to see if there hypothesis is correct. If your hypothesis is incorrect, do not go back and change your hypothesis, instead, try to find out what's wrong with your hypothesis. This is the final step to your scientific method.
Qualitative is define something by using your 5 senses! Quantitative is to measure a object!
Observation is something you notice, measure, or detect by using your 5 senses. In science, there is two types, Qualitative and Quantitative. Observations are awalys based in facts, not ideas, opinions, and ideas!
An inference is an idea formed from facts. You need evidence to support your idea. An observation help scientists make inferences. Did you know that a tested (or yet to be tested) inference is called a hypothis?
There is 3 scientific variables in science. The first one is the Independent variable. It's the factor that scienctist changes on purpose. The second one is the dependent. It's the factor that changes as a result, often measured. The final one is the Contral;Constance variable. It's the factor that is kept the same on purpose.