Physics paper on all questions below.. No Plagiarism..

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Write a 350- to 700-word summary in which you discuss the value of the scientific investigation process. The scientific method was used to conduct experiments through observations, predictions, experiments, data collection, interpretations, and drawing conclusions. Answer the following questions:

  • Why is creating a testable question and hypothesis important before conducting a scientific investigation?
  • How do you determine which scientific tools to use for a laboratory investigation?
  • How do you distinguish between a dependent variable, independent variable, and controlled parameters? Why is this important to the investigative process?
  • What is the relationship between observations, data gathering, and data interpretation?
  • How do you determine the appropriate type of graph to use for graphically representing data?
  • What is the relationship between the predicted outcome and drawing a conclusion?

Use at least one example to support your understanding of scientific investigation.


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