Science, including counting, relies on exact measurements and observations.
I can give you several sentences.The observation tower loomed over the nearby buildings.You are under observation for your chest pain, and need to spend the night in hospital.This is your observation period; if you do well during the next few weeks, the manager will give you a raise.
You can always find your latitude and longitude by getting a 3-star celestial fix; as long as you have a sextant and an accurate timepiece.If you are looking for a one-star observation to determine your latitude, then you would need to be able to see Polaris, the north star. Polaris cannot be observed anywhere south of about 3 degrees north latitude. (Polaris is not EXACTLY above the North Pole, so in order to get an accurate reading of your longitude, you would still need a nautical almanac and a watch.)But with a watch, a sextant and a nautical almanac, you could do a "local apparent noon" observation of the Sun, and determine both your latitude and longitude quite precisely from one sighting.
Yes. Ex - What is that scientist's name?
I have no idea so u need to help me on this question
A:In the belief system of the Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Islam and Christianity), God made the universe. In Hinduism, Brahma made the universe. And so on. Scientists say there is no need of a deity to make the universe, but they generally do not comment on religious beliefs.
because if they are not a objective in their observation then they would not get the right conclusion.Because answers need to be based on real data in order to be accurate, not based on personal bias.
because they just do
Otherwise a bias opinion will mean the observation is not necessarily accurate.
There are a variety of thermometers, and they can be extremely accurate. Sometimes scientists need to measure temperature to the thousandth of a degree Kelvin.
you need to first make an observation, after making your observation you need to connect what is in the text with what is in the mind to create an educated guess.
so that one observation can relate to another set of imformation gatherd
Normally, scientists will examine the content of the animal's stomach and intestine to get an accurate reading on what the animal had eaten.
They make a hypothesis
To make a hypothosis scientists need to know their facts and remember a hypothosis is just a guess, scientists can be wrong.
make it accurate