Ask Question
11 June, 21:59

Which statements describe the process of scientific inquiry? Check all that apply.

+2
Answers (1)
  1. 11 June, 22:05
    0
    I believe that you forgot to add the choices. However, I will just tell you what is the process of scientific inquiry and you can choose the best match from the choices you have.

    Scientific inquiry is mainly the process of developing a meaningful explanation to a certain phenomenon or a question from the natural world. This process involves collecting data, forming a hypothesis and testing the results of this hypothesis. These results whether confirm or reject the hypothesis you made you made.

    Scientific inquiry has seven main sub-process, these processes are as follows:

    1 - Figuring out the problem through observation

    2 - To do some research to gather more information about the problem and how to solve it

    3 - To develop your hypothesis on how to solve this problem

    4 - To test your hypothesis through experiments and observation

    5 - analyzing the results of your testing through graphs, tables, organizing data, ... elc

    6 - to draw a conclusion based on these results. The conclusion will either confirm or reject your hypothesis

    7 - Just pass-on your results
Know the Answer?
Not Sure About the Answer?
Get an answer to your question ✅ “Which statements describe the process of scientific inquiry? Check all that apply. ...” in 📙 Physics if there is no answer or all answers are wrong, use a search bar and try to find the answer among similar questions.
Search for Other Answers