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# Provide an example of the components of an experimental design (ETCRRR) based off the following observation,...

Provide an example of the components of an experimental design (ETCRRR) based off the following observation, hypothesis and prediction:

Observation: When hunting, cougars appear to avoid paths that take them directly in contact with farmhouses.

Hypothesis: The movement of cougars while hunting is related to the proximity of farmhouses because the ambient light given off by the farm houses reduces their ability to camouflage.

Prediction: As the amount of ambient light along a cougar hunting path increases, less cougars will use the path.

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Null Hypothesis:

1. Steps in the scientific process:
• step1:Ask a question.For the first step,help your child form a question ,hopefully one that can be answered!..
• step2:Do background research.
• step3:Construct a hypothesis.
• step4:Test your hypothesis by doing an experiment
• step5:Analyze the data and draw a conclusion
• step6:Share your result.
• HYPOTHESIS:If we increase the amount of light during studying,then the participants performance on test scores will decrease.
• STEPS OF THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD:
• OBSERVATION / RESEARCH
• HYPOTHESIS
• PREDICTION
• EXPERIMENTION
• CONCLUSION
• OBSERVATION:Isthe first step, so that you know how you want to go about your research.
• HYPOTHESIS:Is the answer you thick you'll find
• PREDICTION:Is your specific belif about the scientific idea:if my hypothesis is true,then i predict we will discover this.
• EXPERIMENTION:Is the tool that you invent to answer the question.
• CONCLUSION:Is the answer that the experiment gives.
• NULL HYPOTHESIS:A null hypothesis is a hypothesis that says there is no statistical significance between the two variables.It is usaually the hypothesisa research will try to disprove.

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