How a Scientific method and its difference between general approach?
it approaches by beacuase general is talking about how it works and the scientific method talks about what it is and how it woks and the way to do it the scientific method explains the way how scientist do things
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Answer . know the problem, gather facts and datas, make experiments and observation, hypothesis and conclusion
Scientific method refers to the particular process of solving problems--based on observation, empiricity and attribute of repetitiveness. Scientific attitute refers to willingness or temperament to follow/adopt this process for solving problems.
The scientific method requires you to have a hypothesis and test itsystematically in a way that can be repeated by others. Experimentsthat do not follow this system are not using the scientific method.
A strategy is an overall plan for a battle or a war, hence any complicated undertaking. An approach is a method for getting started dealing with the complications.
title . aim . hypothesis . equipment . method . result . (this is not always but you someitmes need to do this) discussion . conclusion
The principles and empirical processes of discovery and demonstration considered characteristic of or necessary for scientific investigation, generally involving the observation of phenomena, the formulation of a hypothesis concerning the phenomena, experimentation to demonstrate the truth or falsen…ess of the hypothesis, and a conclusion that validates or modifies the hypothesis. ( Full Answer )
1. know the problem. 2. gather facts and datas. 3. make experiments and observations. 4. hypothesis and conclusion
The scientific method is the means through which people carry outscientific investigation. Investigation is the process, and thescientific method is the means. For example, if you want to undergo a scientific investigation ofwhether Drug A has an effect on a mammal, you do the followingsteps of the… scientific method: 1) establish a control and experiment group, and construct anexperiment 2) state a hypothesis (what do you think will happen) 3) conduct the experiment against both groups 4) log your results 5) analyze results 6) draw a conclusion from those results that confirms or refutesyour original hypothesis 7) have someone else try to reproduce your results from steps 3through 6...reproducibility of results is critical in confirmingscientific findings ( Full Answer )
Unlike most earlier approaches, it did not rely on authorities like Aristolte or Ptolemy or even the Bible. It depended instead upon observation and experimentation. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_did_the_scientific_method_differ_from_earlier_approaches#ixzz1yShWWQ43
theory is a prediction or an idea about a certain situation butapproch is an practical way of dealing with that situation.or theway we might do a theory
Systems approach involves a combination of three approaches: the classical approach, the behavioral approach and the management science approach. Contingency approach on the other hand combines two or more of the other approaches depending on the given situation.
What is the differences between teaching approach teaching method teaching technique and teaching strategies?
For educators, these 4 terms have very specific meanings. Teaching Method = a step-by-step formula for presenting material, which teachers must follow exactly. If the teacher deviates from the prescribed Method in any way, they cannot claim to be using that Method. (Total Physical Response, Direct… Method, Grammar Translation, etc.) Berlitz schools follow a specific Method, and won't permit a teacher to use other resources. Approach = a teacher's personal style or philosophy about how to best present the material. A teacher's approach may vary considerably depending on the needs or competency of the class. (Communicative, natural, task-based, vocational, etc.) Technique = a hands-on teaching tool or activity that teachers can put into practice right away. (PPP, how to handle corrections, information gap, jigsaw, etc) Strategies = Tips and tricks to make learning easier that teachers can demonstrate in the classroom & that students can take away with them. (Reading while listening to the audio recording, mnemonic devices, games, etc.) When cooking Italian food, a recipe would be your Method, vegetarian would be your Approach, boiling or roasting would be your Technique, and ordering take-out instead would be your Strategy. :) ( Full Answer )
the hypothesis is part of the scientific method. the scientific method is just a bunch of steps you have to take when doing an experiment. the hypothesis is just the step where you predict what the outcome of the experiment will be.
the scientific method only has lik 4 methods, while in science skills... you can do whatever skill u prefer:D
What is the difference between popular psychology and scientific psychology with their rational and empirical approach?
\nThe difference between "pop psychology" and scientific psychology is very opinionated. Formally trained psychologists that "pop" is different to "POPULAR"; so cheaper or self-help, or group-work treatment usually means a loss of income, etc. for most professional psychologists. In some psychologi…cal approaches, psychologists use the scientifically statistical methods to investigate thoughts, feelings and behaviors.\n\nMost "pop" psychology yet has to be completed in these statistical methods. For example, psychologists used to not care about feelings. However the PLACEBO EFFECT is a statistically proven psychological and medical treatment therapy, as every good parent knows. Most professional psychologists will deny that unproven, unresearched and poorly recognized treatments are worthy. Many of these "psychologies" MAY one day become part of respectable, traditional psychology. \n\nREFERENCES: "PSYCHOLOGY TODAY" magazine. ( Full Answer )
Here are the steps in the scientific method, put as simply as possible.. Define the question or problem you seek to answer. . Observe and gather information. . Form a hypothesis. This is just an educated guess, you don't have to be right. . Perform experiment with proper controls and variables; …collect data. . Analyze the data collected from the experiment. . Make conclusions about data to finalize or reform hypothesis. . Publish your results. . Peer review. (Commonly done by other scientists.) ( Full Answer )
The forms of the scientific method are make an observation on yourtopic then you form a hypothesis. Then after that you set up anexperiment and you watch that. After you've done that you check ifyou have any problems if you don't then you make your conclusionand explain it.
There 6 different steps of scientific methods or processes: 1.Identification of problem 2.Formulation of hypothesis 4.Experimentation 4.Observation 5.Interpretation of data 6.Conclusion
Method is more related to the therory aspect of teaching.A method contains a particular view about teaching in which there are no contradictions.On the other hand an approach is more related to practical teaching.An approach may use more than one method while teaching.
1.) Observe and state the problem. -real -clear and specific -attainable -relevant and measurable plastic ) and )===>products that accidentaly discovered. rubber ) 2.) Gather information about the problem. -computer -television -radio -books -newspaper -recall from yo…ur part experience -(computer) fastest way of gathering information -talk to people who are studying problems -interview people -peoples ideas and arguments 3.) Formulation of hyphotesis -educated guess---->about what might be the answer of the problem 4.) Test the hyphotesis 5.)stating the problem ---> statement about the result of the experiment 6.) Communicating Results ---->ways of communating the results -writing an article -present the findings during forma and informal meeting -give oral reports to classmates and teachers. ( Full Answer )
A systematic approach used in scientific study. It typicallyincludes an observation, a hypothesis, experiments, data analysis,and a conclusion.
A traditional approach, also known as structured systemdevelopment, includes many variations which aim to developinformation using structured and modular programming. On the otherhand, an object oriented approach looks at the information systemas a collection of objects that work together to accompl…ish a task. ( Full Answer )
No, there are diffrent methods in science but only one scientific method and you can only use it to prove or disprove something (wich may be an answer) otherwise you're doing it wrong.
The aim of the deductive scientific method is to try your hardest to prove the idea wrong.
A hypothesis is an important part, a sub-element, of the scientific method. It is the guess that a scientist makes in an attempt to explain particular observational results, often and preferably, employing mathematical models. Observation is also a sub-element of the scientific method. A few …examples: Neil Bohr in finding the radius of the atom and the energy of the electron in the orbits around the nucleus of the atom, he made some assumptions: In classical physics, any accelerated charge should give out energy in the form of radiation. Therefor, no electron can steadily revolve around the nucleus as it is accelerated, centripetally. So Bohr made his postulate as there are chances for charged particles to be silent without any radiation even though they are accelerated. But, to arrive at the desired result he laid a condition that the angular momentum of the revolving electron must be an integral multiple of h/2pi. Another example is the postulate made by Albert Einstein: He postulated that the speed of light is the same, even when there is a relative movement between the light source and the observer. So, a postulate lacks a firm scientific basis, and only shows that some reasonable explanations can be made for certain observations. Postulates are short of hypotheses, theories, or laws and are only a part of the scientific method, which includes all painstaking experimentation, peer review, proof of repeatability, etc. done over at so many places and with different situations, while having good control over related variables. ( Full Answer )
the difference there is nothing...... you see..... while doing a investigatory project we are following the scientific method and while doing that Hypothesis is included in doing there.....Hypothesis is an educated guess or idea of what yu may think might happen in response to certain conditions....…..... THAT's WHAT ALL I HAVE..... TNX.... for supporting my answer because I am the validictorian in PhiSci ....now I am graduated I am now here in ABS-CBN being a manager of this company...... There IS a difference. A hypothesis is what you think will happen during a scientific experiment. To do the experiment, you have a method. The method tells you have to perform the experiment with with very precise details. After the experiment is complete, you take your results and see if it supports the hypothesis . I do research and use methods and theories everyday. ( Full Answer )
Unlike most earlier approaches, it did not rely on authorities like Aristolte or Ptolemy or even the Bible. It depended instead upon observation and experimentation.
The modular kernel approach requires subsystems to interact with each other through carefully constructed interfaces that are typically narrow (in terms of the functionality that is exposed to external modules). The layered kernel approach is similar in that respect. How- ever, the layered kernel im…poses a strict ordering of subsystems such that subsystems at the lower layers are not allowed to invoke operations corresponding to the upper-layer subsystems. There are no such restrictions in the modular-kernel approach, wherein modules are free to invoke each other without any constraints. . ( Full Answer )
A method that claims to be scientific involves the use of clear procedures which not only show how the results were achieved, but also clear enough for other researchers to attempt to repeat them and must also have empirical relevance to the world. Empirical relevance involves showing that statement…s, explanation etc. which are used or derived from this approach can be verified of checked out. A scientific method should be objective and not biased and should not rely on hearsay on unsubstantiated facts. A nonscientific method is not systematic and do not have principles in place that should be adhered to. Tshegofatso Rampatla ( Full Answer )
A short answer is the scientific method is precise, testable and repeatable. This to ensure the results are the same when done by different people.
The scientific method involves making a hypothesis, testing it and evaluating whether the original idea was correct or altering it if necessary. A religion is a system of beliefs normally centering around a deity or deities of some kind. The two are almost entirely different in every aspect.
the scientific method involves experiments on specimens or samples, while the research covers all branch of research, be it experimental or historical
The Functional approach is vertical in nature, with operations grouped as a functional unit. Typical of a departmental grouping. The Process approach is horizontal in nature and each operation cuts across different functions. Typical of Team leaders managing a particular customer item.
The steps in the scientific method are: 1.Identification of problem 2.Formulation of hypothesis 4.Experimentation 4.Observation 5.Interpretation of data 6.Conclusion
database is a integration of records and fileds while file base is concern with diffrent records and fields
a scientific method is a way scientists answer questions and solve problems and science is the gathering of information. While the above is true in that science certainly must gather information, it's what is done with that information that defines the scientific method. In any scientific endeavor …the methodology of the experiment or study must be clearly defined. i.e; I must describe in detail how I intend to work with the information I have gathered, how and what information was gathered, the tools I intend to use, how I will use those tools to manipulate the information, the result I expect of the experiment, and the actual result of the experiment. Note that "information" may be anything from photons of light or the wheel from a truck. The tools I use may be a laser or a tire iron. The procedure I use to manipulate the information with the chosen tools must be very clearly explained in detail. If given the above, and if there are no significant errors in my procedure, you are able to duplicate my results using the same information, tools, and procedures, then we can be reasonably sure, until the same methodology proves different, that we engaged in an experiment using the scientific method. The scientific method allows us to confirm or refute experiments done by ourselves or others. It is indeed the process we use to learn of the world around us in a definitive manner. It may also be said that we may perform different experiments and obtain the same result, utilizing the scientific method. Nothing wrong with that. But if you cannot repeat my results using my method to the letter, there may indeed be an error in the methodology used by one of us. We, or someone else must then attempt to repeat the experiment to determine if either of us was correct. ( Full Answer )
A recipe is a list of ingredients with instructions but a scientific method might be an hypothesis of what the recipe of the dish is.
They are related, and you can't have one without the other. Your approach is your perspective, how you will be studying the particular concept. There are many possible ways of approaching (studying, analyzing) a topic. Perhaps you want to study the early days of television. You could use a Media Eco…logy approach (how did the new mass medium of TV interact with and compete with other media, and how did it change the media environment); a Social History approach (how did TV change people's lives?); a technological approach (what changes in the technology improved TV, what problems did early TV have and how did engineers remedy these problems), etc. Depending on your approach, you will then need a way to prove whatever your central thesis is. This means you will need to do research. Your methodology is important because it is how you intend to prove your points. Once you have a thesis statement, you may decide to defend it using qualitative research (very popular in the social sciences-- in the case of a study of TV, you would explore what a specific number of newspapers of that day said about it; or examine what great historians and scholars of media said about it; or interview people who were there in the early days of TV; or compare and contrast the basic beliefs and perceptions that were expressed about TV in its early years, etc). Or, perhaps you will decide upon a more scientific and statistical type of research-- quantitative (this involves deciding upon a hypothesis and then seeking to prove it by using research from taking surveys or hosting focus groups; you would be creating the proper questions and making sure you have a valid sample, analyzing the statistical data from your respondents, and then coming to a conclusion). In a good term paper or even a dissertation, your approach will determine what perspective you intend to use in writing about your topic; and your methodology will provide the units of analysis and the proof needed to back up whatever you are asserting. . ( Full Answer )
Scientific method approves through EXPERIMENTATION, non-scientific method is based upon beliefs and things that were not proofed. The Church used a non-scientific method, the religious one, to explain people the universe and phenomenons.
a concept ia an idea or abstract principle, but an approach is the perspective towards
There is little difference between coming (to or from) something and approaching something, except that approaching is more like "nearing". Coming to something, somewhere, or someone is more generic in distance than "approaching", which implies a nearness. Example sentences: The van was just app…roaching Exit 31, coming south. While on the phone with UPS to find out when the driver was coming to my house, I saw through the window that he was approaching my door. As I was coming to a corner and preparing to turn left, a car was approaching the intersection from the opposite direction. When you feel like you are "coming and going" at the same time, you might be approaching your stress limit. Approaching the car, the police officer asked, "Where were you coming from today, and where are you going?" "I'm coming!" the woman yelled, as she was approaching several kids who had been yelling, "Mom?" ( Full Answer )
A hypothesis is an important part, a sub-element, of the scientific method. It is the guess that a scientist makes in an attempt to explain particular observational results, often and preferably, employing mathematical models. Observation is also a sub-element of the scientific method. A few exam…ples: Neil Bohr in finding the radius of the atom and the energy of the electron in the orbits around the nucleus of the atom, he made some assumptions: In classical physics, any accelerated charge should give out energy in the form of radiation. Therefor, no electron can steadily revolve around the nucleus as it is accelerated, centripetally. So Bohr made his postulate as there are chances for charged particles to be silent without any radiation even though they are accelerated. But, to arrive at the desired result he laid a condition that the angular momentum of the revolving electron must be an integral multiple of h/2pi. Another example is the postulate made by Albert Einstein: He postulated that the speed of light is the same, even when there is a relative movement between the light source and the observer. So, a postulate lacks a firm scientific basis, and only shows that some reasonable explanations can be made for certain observations. Postulates are short of hypotheses, theories, or laws and are only a part of the scientific method, which includes all painstaking experimentation, peer review, proof of repeatability, etc. done over at so many places and with different situations, while having good control over related variables. ( Full Answer )
What is the difference between the direct and indirect methods of determining generation time with a growth curve?
In the direct method, the cells are enumerated by determining colony-forming units on a Petri dish; in the indirect method, the cell numbers are approximated using a spectrophotometer.
I dont know, this question is so retarded go jump off a bridge and make a lot of people happy. LALWZ jk but seriously bro go die.
Generous with is a general term If someone is generous with money it does not say how Generous to is specific, not general If someone is generous to someone else, that says whom the money goes to
they now had a way in which they could work out problems instead of just making up their own experiements whihc gave variable results based on how it was completed
The scientific method requires precise observation and reasoning, and intellectual discipline, and honesty. The non scientific method is something you make up to suit yourself, and therefore, it could be anything you choose.
The scientific method 'per se' has nothing to dowith distinguishing between "pure" substances and mixtures. The scientific method is a procedure for approaching a problemobjectively by: 1) observing and recording what is observed. 2) formulating an explanation for what is observed 3) thinking of …a way to test the veracity of this explanation 4) performing this test (experiment) 5) writing up the results of the test for others to see. If the test proves the explanation is incorrect then a newexplanation is formulated and steps 3, 4 and 5 are repeated. Thus while there are difference between pure substances andmixtures (see related question below) this is not directly relatedto the scientific method. However, the scientific method could beused to formulate a means of distinguishing between the two. ----------------------------------------------------- Scientists make use of literally millions of substances andmixtures of substances, including elements, compounds, alloys, andvarious types of homogeneous or heterogeneous mixtures. ( Full Answer )
The scientific method is just organized so that everybody can follow it. I guess it also depends on how you solve the problem. If it's dumb luck then....you wouldn't be able to reproduce the results. So with the scientific method the results or solving the problem would be able to be reproduced.
What is the difference between a - scientific computer - business computer - general purpose computer - supercomputer?
These terms are somewhat obsolete today, but historically there are differences. . Scientific computers were intended for applications withcomplex numerical calculations and typically had special hardwarefor floating point arithmetic. An example is the IBM 701 introducedin 1953. . Business compu…ters similarly had hardware optimized forhandling text data and decimal arithmetic. An example is the UNIVACI, introduced in 1950, another is the IBM 702, introduced in1955. . A general purpose computer may or may not have specializedhardware for handling decimal numbers and floating pointarithmetic, but is marketed for both application areas. The firstgeneral purpose computer was the IBM System/360, introduced in1965. . Supercomputer generally means a computer that is at least 10times faster than other large mainframe computers available at thesame time. Supercomputers historically involved a very large,complex central processing unit and often had special array/matrixprocessing units as well as several special peripheral I/Oprocessors to offload those tasks from the central processing unit.The first mass produced supercomputer was the CDC 6600, introducedin 1964. Now supercomputers typically involve large numbers ofinexpensive off the shelf microprocessors to achieve highperformance. ( Full Answer )