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A testable problem is one that has an answer that can be discovered, given the budget.

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It matters what the subject is. If it is math, than say: 5x3-4. It also matters what grade you're in.

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If an object is unsupported, will it fall?

If chocolate is heated, will it melt?

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Well guys the best question i know about plants is- Does changing the amount of light affects the growth rate of plants?

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A testable question means a question that can be tested using an experiment. The experiment will help to answer the question.

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1. doesnt ask why

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*Why is the ocean salty?*

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Why science answer some questions but not others?

Science answers testable questions, some questions are not testable.


What kind of questions can science anwser?

Testable questions.


What type of questions are not testable using the scientific method?

Questions that are not testable or repeatable.


Scientist form what hypotheses to answer questions?

An answer is testable. Scientists form a testable hypothesis in order to answer questions.


More testable questions about softball?

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How can testable questions be answered?

By experiment.


Why is pseudo science not considered real science?

It is something that is not testable, whereas science is!


Why science can answer questions but not others?

Science can answer only questions that are testable. That means there must be a test you can perform to show whether a hypothesis is false or whether it is consistent with the data. So you need data, you need a method, and you need the technology to do the required testing. Religion and science are different because religious concepts aren't testable. They are based on faith, which is acceptance of a claim despite the evidence, or lack of it. Science is just the reverse: it is the acceptance of a claim only if the evidence warrants it.


What are two examples of questions that science can answer?

two examples that scince can answer is why is the weather changing in why is the world changing


Are all questions testable?

No. It depends on the question. If you can't conduct an experiment it is not testable, and not everything can have an experiment conducted on it.


What is the testable outcome in a science fair project?

The hypothesis.


What has to be true for a hypothesis to be used in science?

It is testable and falsifiable