Analyze This!: Understanding the Scientific Method
How did Walter Reed solve the mystery of yellow fever? Will balls of different masses fall at the same speed? Is your cat right-pawed or left-pawed? The world around us is full of interesting questions. This series gives students the tools to find the answers! Students will discover how the scientific method has changed our lives, and will learn how to plan, design, and conduct their own investigations.
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