QUESTION B Chapter one (1) of your textbook also discusses the steps of the scientific method. Whil

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QUESTION B Chapter one (1) of your textbook also discusses the steps of the scientific method. While the scientific method is an invaluable tool for research purposes it is also used by everyone on a daily basis, even though you may not even realize it! Provide an example of how you use the scientific method in everyday life making sure to discuss each step specifically.

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Scientific MethodName:Affiliation No:Submission Date:There is a large number of scientific methods that we encounter on a daily basis withoutknowing exactly that they are scientific methods. A good example is the use of battery operatingtorch. A torch is a simple scientific device used commonly at night or dark areas during the dayto enhance the visibility of some parts. It is a simple appliance, but when it stop to functionespecially at night, everyone gets worried and begins to look for a possible way to repair it.When it stops to work immediately, I will have to draw some hypothe

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