(1) singularity - it tests only one variable in the situation (2) reproducibility - it can be re-done by other scientists to verify the results (3) utility - the answer matters to human life in some way While most would agree with the first two elements of a "good experiment" listed above, I'm not sure you would find much consensus on the concept of "utility." Whether the result of an experiment is ultimately deemed "useful" to human life has little bearing on the methodology and scientific rigor with which an experiment is conducted. On the other hand, some would say that scientific integrity ("honesty") is a necessary ingredient in any good experiment, while others would say that a good experiment must either prove or disprove a hypothesis...which is, after all, the whole point of conducting the experiment in the first place.
A valid experiment is the one which is done on the basis of some facts and figures. The experiment which has a good statistical analysis is known to be valid experiment.step 3.
What are the three criteria for persuasion?
To make an experiment more accurate you would have to repeat the experiment 3-5 more times to make it reliable and also you would do what Liverpool college do and compare the answers with other people in the class, community or teacher.
1.it is cool to know science 2.scientists make a lot of money 3.you may learn a lot of good things 4.it is fun to make a science experiment 5.science is fun
Conduct an Experiment, Make observations, Draw Conclusions
Repeat the procedure at least twice, preferably 3 times. Only keep 1 thing in your experiment the same. Change the materials or anything you are using.
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment - 2002 3-3 was released on: USA: 2 October 2003
To prove a point or a hypothesis. Also, to make sure that the original or first answer that was found is correct.
The value of any gun is based on 3 criteria- make, model and condition. You gave us 1, we need 3. You did not indicate is this a rifle or a pistol. Good questions get good answers. Please repost with full info, and we will try to get you an answer. We do not need serial number.
According to the scientific method, any scientific experiment must be done at least 3 times. Also, only one variable can be changed in an experiment (the independent variable). Any more changes will will ruin your dependent variable (your results) and make your data unreliable. If your experiment fails, learn from it, redo the experiment, and change another variable.
Not enough information to answer. The value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model and condition. We need all 3 criteria. Sorry.
1. Aim: Defining the purpose of the experiment 2. Hypothesis: Predictions you make before you perform the experiment 3. Materials: List of items you need for the experiment 4. Method: How to conduct the experiment 5. Observation/Results: Collection of results of experiment and things that you have observed 6. Discussion: Writing and explaining the results of the experiment in detail, discussing about possible outcomes, whether our hypothesis was correct, success of the experiment, etc. 7. Conclusion: What you have concluded from this experiment, have you found the answer to your aim?
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment - 2002 2-3 was released on: USA: 3 October 2002
To make sure your results are Valid/reliable. You should always repeat your experiments and if using times or amounts and in the future going to make a graph its best to do the experiment 3 times and calculate the average on place the average result on to your graph.
3 times is the minimum for performing an experiment; which is called a "trial".
Falcon Experiment 3 - 2011 was released on: USA: 28 February 2011
An experiment is a set of observations performed in the context of solving a particular problem or question.In scientific inquiry, an experiment (Latin: ex- periri, "to try out") is a method of investigating causal relationships among variables. An experiment is a cornerstone of the empirical approach to acquiring data about the world and is used in both natural sciences and social sciences. An experiment can be used to help solve practical problems and to support or negate theoretical assumptions. To test the hypothesis stated prior to designing and carrying out the experiment. That is, you run experiments to test out a question you have. someone else's Example:Hypothesis - Eating cake 3 meals a day will make you gain weight.Experiment - Weigh yourself. Eat cake 3 meals a day for X amount of days. Weigh yourself afterwards.Conclusion - Eating cake 3 meals a day will/will not make you gain weight.
It depends on the experiment
the scientific method,1. state the problem.2. report the hypothesis.3. make predictions.4. test or experiment.5. make a conclusion.
an experiment is reliable if/when it is repeated at least 3 times and the results gained are consistent
The Spoony Experiment - 2008 Party Mania Review 3-3 was released on: USA: 22 February 2010
no cause the reason being is that u always test the hypothes 3 time to make sure of accurency
Strength, uniqueness and favorability
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment - 2002 1-3 was released on: USA: 27 January 2002