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Monday, March 3, 2014 – typing a weather project report on computers We will spend the week learning how to put a scientific method report on a computer, in Microsoft Word, as well as, using Microsoft Excel to create data tables and graphs. We will spend the week learning how to put a scientific method report on a computer, in Microsoft Word, as well as, using Microsoft Excel to create data tables and graphs. Homework: none.

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Forecasting the Weather The weather is relatively easy to predict, but, predicting it accurately takes using science.

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Question: Is it possible to make an accurate weather forecast for three- days into the future? Question –the question that you are trying to answer. 2 Points if the problem is written in the form of a question and is a complete sentence with a question mark at the end. 1 Point if the problem is not written in the form of a question or is an incomplete sentence or is missing the question mark.

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Hypothesis: Yes, I believe it is possible to forecast the weather. To do that, I will need to track the weather for several days and look for any possible patterns in temperature, humidity, or pressure, and use that information to complete the pattern and make a forecast. Hypothesis – a hypothesis is your educated guess at the answer to the problem. 2 Points if the hypothesis is written as a guess or explanation to the answer of the problem and in a complete sentence. (I think …, I hypothesize …, If.. then…) 1 Point if the hypothesis is not written in a complete sentence or is not a guess to the problem.

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