The scientific steps of investigation include;
1. Ask questions. You have to ask questions so as to know the truth of what you are searching.
2. Do background research. You do your own research apart from what you have been told about what you are investigating.
3. Construct hypothesis. Here you propose experiment which is made on basis limited evidence so as to propose for further research.
4. Test your hypothesis. By doing an experiment you have to test what you have proposed to make it truthful.
5. Analyze your data. You analyze clearly what you have investigated and then you make a conclusion of your investigation.
6. Results. You communicate your results about what you have investigated about .
The correct one is the last one. The one that has the blue dot right beside it in the picture!
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make observations, draw conclusions, develop a hypothesis, analyze data.
ask a question, make a hypothesis, plan investigation, carry out investigation, organise data, share results, explain results, think of new question and retest.
Sorry if thats not the way your school does it but thats how I was taught :)
1) Ask a question.
2) make a hypothesis
3) Plan the investigation
4) Carry out the investigation
5) Organize data just collected
6) Explain results (conclusion)
7) Share results
8) Think of new question and retest.
Explanation: For every problem we make a hypothesis. Hypothesis is a statement that may true or false. Then we test the hypothesis by performing many experiments and collect the data. Then we draw a conclusion.
question, research, hypothesis, experiment, observation, conclusion
Explanation: Predominantly yes fruits and vegetables are good for our nutrition but the science of nutrition also tells us that animals and their edible materials are some important source of nutrition for us , so it creates a dilemma.
What so ever animals are not making the base of our food pyramid so a vegetables and fruits diet with all nuts legumes etc, is more healthy and can be sustained for a longer period.
A scientific method to approach this answer is as following:
1) Highlight linkages of our diet likings,cultural and community attitude towards specific diet.
2) Keeping in mind religious beliefs and type of area where you live.
3) What and how a change of nutrition will effect ?
4)The approach should deliver a detailed perspective of the type of nutrition and its outcomes interms of health and illness by showing results.
5) Analysis and Results
For example in India where there are Muslims and Hindus together. Most of the hindus are vegetarians, and muslims are not.
Applying our scientific method , we need to consider their likings ,religious belief ,cultural values about certain food.
After that , we have to sort out what is available in the country easily and is affordable for the particulars.
Then comes the experimentation of that food and reaction of people towards that change .Like if we suggest a Muslim never to eat meat will he accept that ? What will be his reaction?
Following is the solution to dillema , through measuring the outcomes of that particular food ,considering its health impacts and disease prevention . Like it is already proved that vegitables and fruits are more healthier than meat , as they have very little chances of causing ischemic heart disease as compared to meat. Plants can even help us poop easily with their fibre content and much more .
So finally we can conclude that vegetables and fruits weigh over meat ,as they make base of food chain ,they are source of fibre , they are lesser cause of disease, easy to digest .
Most of all we can live a good life without taking the risk of meat .