Step 1:
State the problem.
You cannot solve a problem until you know exactly what it is.
My Problem is -
Step 2:
Research the problem.
What will it take to solve my problem?
What do I know, and need to know, about my problem?
To solve my problem, "I need someone to take out Friday Night".
Who can I take?- Examine the possibilities.
- Eliminate poor choices.
- Consider likely choices.
Step 3:
Form a hypothesis.
A possible solution to my problem.
The simplest solution is often the best solution!
"My date will be ( Name )".
Step 4:
Test the hypothesis.
Perform an experiment to see if your hypothesis works. (describe what your experiment would be)
"Ask ( Name ) for a date Friday Night".
Step 5:
Draw conclusions from the data.
Data are the results of an experiment.
In its simplest form, there are only two possibilities:
(1) If your person said you, the experiment succeded
(2) If your person said no the experiment failed.
Normally you would continue this process until the problem is solved!
part 2

writers job

hypo: 20
Number of Drops _21
Soapy
hypo:15
Number of Drops _8



Trial 1

Trial 2

Trial 3

Trial 4

Trial 5

Average

Tap Water

14

17

21

18

14

84

Soapy Water

12

8

10

11

12

53



What is the independent variable?


What is the dependent variable?