When it comes time to conclude an experiment, it is helpful to have a log of all information and observations that could be relevant. The unexpected observations are particularly important in determining why an experiment does not conclude as hypothesized.
A scientist makes observations about something he or she wants to learn more about.
A scientist may create an hypothesis on the basis of their observations. If their observations are carelessly made or recorded then any hypotheses they offer will be inaccurate reflections of nature. A scientist may alternatively collect observations to test an hypothesis. If these observations are carelessly made or recorded then the conclusions that the scientist makes about the hypothesis could very well be incorrect. At the very least the conclusions they draw would not be based on sound evidence (because the observations are unsound).
So They Can Have The Accurate Answers
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Lab tools can greatly improve the observations made by a scientist. This is due to the fact that the lab tools can quantify the changes the scientist is seeing, resulting in usable data.
Scientist are often confronted by situations in which their results do not turn out expected. Unexpected results often give scientists as much information as expected results do. So, unexpected results are as important as expected results.
After making thier observations, scientists study their data looking for what?
their tools and observations.
they are classifying
Graphs, Charts etc. KaMi :)
Sir Isaac Newton.
because they use observations
For correct result of experiment
1. So they can record what they have learned 2. They can write down or jot down there observations 3. Scientist can write big or words they don't know 4. Scientist can write down plans or projects in there notebook
reontgen was a scientist he first repeated his experiments to be sure of his observations
Any single observation may or may not be accurate. If you compare observations you can reduce the chance of observational error.
Observations of what? Man has been observing things since years beyond counting. Please be more specific.