What Are The Different Science Processes?


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Connor Sephton answered
There are many different science processes that happen, and you need to be more specific with regards to what the science process is for. There are processes which take place when we are studying the subject, and there are different processes that take place with the different materials and experiments that we do, for example, when we do an experiment we use different processes to help us to understand what it going on so we can learn about science and understand it more. We observe, calculate, evaluate and predict what is going to happen every single time we do an experiment. On the other side, when we are doing an experience, the materials that we use - such as plants - go through different processes to give us the results that we are looking for.

This is why you need to specify what processes you want to understand and know about as there are simply too many to try and explain which are going to meet your criteria. If you have been interested in the way in which we process things during an experiment then you can find many of these online which are going to help you when you next need to write about an experiment or just too even plan one.

If you need to know about the science processes that are used to carry out an experiment then you need to know what experiment it is that you are doing and then you can find the exact answer to your question. But as there are many different science processes which happen all of the time, you need to know exactly what it is you are asking so you are not going to be given an answer that is of no use to you at all and isn't going to help you.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
2. Measurement
3. Classification
4. Quantification
5. Inferring
6. Predicting
7. Relationships
8. Communication
9. Interpreting data
10. Controlling variables
11. Operational definitions
12. Hypothesizing
13. Experimenting
catherine adams Profile
catherine adams answered
Hey Donna that's a wide question.... Here's a few that might be useful....
Observation, Measurement, Classification, Qualification, Quantificatoion, Inferring, Predicting, Relationships [good to network] Communication, Be Systematic....
And when writing up your study edit and reference it well. Map out what you want to do and set up the journey - not sure what tyhpe of science - scientific process you are aiming for and hope this is useful for a start. Have a Good Day

Catherine Adams
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Anonymous answered
Enumerate the different science processes

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