2 ProblemThe problem is when you ask a question. Questions must be testable and NOT opinion.
3 HypothesisThe hypothesis is your idea about the answer to the question. Include reasoning for your hypothesis.
4 ExperimentThe experiment is when you test your question with a procedure. (Collecting data) Variables: Independent: I Change Dependent: Measured Controlled: Remains the same
5 ResultsResults are your data and what you discover in your experiment. Create Graphs to display your findings.
6 We will use 3 types of graphs: GraphingWe will use 3 types of graphs:Line (Used to show change in ONE ITEM)Circle (Pie) (Used to show percentages)Bar (Used to compare many things)Don’t forgetTAILSAndDRY MIX
7 ConclusionThe conclusion is a summary of what you found and your next ideas to retest and improve your experiment.