scientific method

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1. Problem solving: Step-by-step approach consisting of (1) identifying and defining a problem, (2) accumulating relevant data, (3) formulating a tentative hypothesis, (4) conducting experiments to test the hypothesis, (5) interpreting the results objectively, and (6) repeating the steps until an acceptable solution is found.
2. Sciences: Rigorous, systematic approach, designed to eliminate bias and other subjective influences in the search, identification, and measurement or validation of facts and cause-effect relationships, and from which scientific laws may be deduced.

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A gardener who grows tomatoes could use the scientific method by applying a different treatment to half of the tomatoes and observing the results.
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Scientific Method is the process of events in which people try and understand both the physical and mental aspects of science through process and experiments.
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Marie Curie used the scientific method in her discovery of radium and other radioactive principles, however this didn't protect her from radiation poisoning and loss of her life.
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