Scientific Method in Real Life

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Scientific method paper

Part I. It was the finals of the 2004 swimming state championships. I was seated second in the 100-yard individual breaststroke. My heart was pounding as I swam my warm up laps. I would have to drop about a second or so to have any shot at the title and the gold. I hopped out of the warm up pool, and headed over to grab my towel and work out a strategy plan with my coach. The first order of business was to address the main problem. I needed to win. My coach had gathered information on my competition. We knew her best personal times, the way she trained, and how much she had rested for this meet. From all of this info being hurriedly spoken to in my ear, as I made my way to the blocks, enabled me to
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My experimental design would be the actual cooking of the salmon. Once I give it a go, I will be able to make observations as it cooks and when it is complete. Tables and graphs will not be needed in this problem I’m facing. Then, depending on how the fish looks and tastes, will enable me to come to and make my final stand on if the hypothesis worked or not. Then if I would like, I could publish my results. In this case I could write them down for my future personnel use. Hopefully my dinner will come out perfect, but if it doesn’t, I know my boyfriend will still say he likes it!

Part III. The first topic that we studied in class that pertains to my everyday life would be the cell cycle. Without cells flowing through my body, I would cease to survive on this planet. This however will not affect me in having to change the way I live my life. I will still continue to eat the same foods that I do now, and work out the same as well. The cell cycle enables the cells to eventually divide. This is a very important aspect in life. The next topic that affects my everyday life would be nonrenewable resources. These resources consist of oil, coal, or land. This affects me personally because once these materials run out, they will not be able to be replaced by the snap of one’s fingers. By learning about these resources, I have come to the conclusion that I must be more aware of using these resources in my daily life. My family uses coal for


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