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    generalizations from specific observations." (Staff, Live Science. "Deductive Reasoning vs. Inductive Reasoning." LiveScience. TechMedia Network, 10 July 2012. Web. 4 Mar. 2015.). Inductive reasoning also allows for the researcher or scientists to create hypothesis or theories based on their senses (such as sight, hearing, or touch). An example of a scientist using passive observation was Newton 's theory of gravitation. Newton first created his theory when he first caught sight of apple…

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    The Black Box Experiment

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    This part of the experiment will include the what the over all problem is. I will also be taking about the data I found along with the hypothesis and experiments to find my conclusion. As you saw in my example above I stated that my problem was the missing wallet. In this experiment my problem is trying to find what design is in this black box. In order for me to get to my conclusion I have…

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    The focus of this paper was an exercise designed to observe and explore nonverbal communication. In order to observe nonverbal communication, my husband and I went to eat dinner on a Saturday night at a local Applebee’s restaurant. We chose this restaurant because our daughter works there as a waitress and we could ask to sit in her section. I was not sure how a waiter/waitress who was not known to me would react to my observing and taking notes about my fellow diners. If the waiter/waitress had…

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    This essay is a reflection on my child observation that was conducted for four weeks based on eight month old Annabel. It will first define observation then go on to identify themes and child observation literature reflecting on my experiance. The model used for my observation was the Tavistock, originally developed by Ester Bick (1964)(cited in Le Riche & Tanner, 2002) using a psychoanalytical ideologies from Klein and Bion. We were instructed to observe a child between 0-5 years of age for…

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    Before I began this observation assignment for my SPED class I was nervous and a bit skeptical about how everything was going to be, because I have never observed an inclusion class. After my first day of observation I felt more confident about my career choice. In this reflection paper I will talk about the assignment and all the things I found interesting, important, and challenging. I will also talk about how I overcame the challenges, my misconceptions prior to observing, and how this field…

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    Tap Water Hypothesis

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    The null hypothesis I will also test is, The type of water will have no impact on how people rank its taste. Another possible claim is, The type of water bottled or tap will have a positive impact on how people rank its taste with tap water coming out on top. The research hypothesis is more plausible because even though some bottled water is regular tap water sometimes it is processed to improve…

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    Chemistry is a branch of science that deals with the identification of the substances of which matter is composed. It also involves the properties and the ways in which they interact, combine, and change. Chemistry is important to life. The environment is composed of many chemicals without identification of chemicals we wouldn’t know what chemicals are safe to have around or which chemicals are harmful and dangerous to our bodies. To answer the enduring question, how do we gain knowledge to…

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    Race And Traffic Violation

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    Method Participants 290 people (84 men 206 women) Ages 18-85 were are asked to complete an online survey. There were 27 black, 23 Hispanic, 213 white, and 23 that identified as other or more than one race. Materials In this study the script (see appendix A) was used as well. It’s asking that the subject participate in the study by filling out the survey. The script also states that the researcher will not be able to see the results, how long the study will take and if they decide not to…

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    Science is an instrument used to gather knowledge to understand our world and is also used to find discoveries that will change it. When people try to learn how the world came to be, they often go to science to find a way. through science many ideas come up to how the world began, some say it exists by chance, others say it was created by God, but what is it really? Scientific evidence is consistent with the belief that the physical universe was designed by God. Some of this evidence which is…

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    The activity that I chose to do with the second grade students was an activity the measured their ability of moderate and vigorous, but also their ability of memorizing the centers they had to chose once they got tag by a classmate. For some, the activity was easy for them because the centers were color coordinated with signs. The students that were not at the second grade level development had challenges remembering the centers. The five students were engaged in the activity and trying their…

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