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Why do scientists not need to have perfect pitch in order to analyze sounds?
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How might a scientist organize data in order to analyze them?
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Why do scientists follow a set order of steps of steps when carrying out a scientific investigation?
Scientists follow these steps (1. State the problem, 2. Research and gather information, 3. Form Hypothesis, 4.Test hypothesis through experiment, 5. Analyze data, 6. Draw conclusions, and 7. Repeat experiment) to ensure the accuracy of their results and make sure that they are following a logical order. Hope this helps.
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How might a scientist organize in order to analyze them?
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Definition of the word analyze?
* consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning; "analyze a sonnet by Shakespeare" * make a mathematical, chemical, or grammatical analysis of; break down into components or essential features; "analyze a specimen"; "analyze a sentence"; "analyze a chemical compound" * break down into components or essential features; "analyze today's financial market" * subject to psychoanalytic treatment; "I was analyzed in Vienna by a famous psychiatrist"
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What are scientists call who study earthquakes in order to predict and prepare for them?
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A measure of the size of a surface or a region?
The answer is Scientific Methods, an order in steps in which scientists take to test their hypotheses The steps to the scientific method as it is today. ) Ask a scientific question. ･ ) Make observations. ･ ) Gather information. ･ ) Form a Hypothesis. ･ ) Collect Data. ･ ) Analyze Data. ･ ) Draw a conclusion.
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Why is it important for scientists to state a conclusion?
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What are the tenses of You have placed an order You had placed an order?
The tense of "you have placed an order" is present perfect and the tense of "you had placed an order" is past perfect. The difference is whether the order is current (continuous to the present) or whether it began before some specified time in the past. In this case, an additional modifier would clarify the past perfect, e.g. "before Christmas".