Paul<br />Popcorn Dilemma<br />
State the Problem<br />Which Popcorn is the better buy!<br />
Formulate Your Hypothesis<br />I think Wal-Mart will be the better buy.<br />
Identify and Control the Variables<br />We need to cook the popcorn at the same temp and the same time.<br />
Test Your Hypothesis<br />Now we cook it!<br />
Collect Your Data<br />Now we will pour out the bags and count how many pieces are in each bag.<br />
Interpret Your Data  <br />The Wal-Mart bag had more pieces than Orville Redenbacher’s bag.<br />
State Your Conclusion<br />The Wal-Mart popcorn cost less and comes with more pieces, clearly it’s the better buy.<br />
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Paul's Scientific Method

  1. 1. Paul<br />Popcorn Dilemma<br />
  2. 2. State the Problem<br />Which Popcorn is the better buy!<br />
  3. 3. Formulate Your Hypothesis<br />I think Wal-Mart will be the better buy.<br />
  4. 4. Identify and Control the Variables<br />We need to cook the popcorn at the same temp and the same time.<br />
  5. 5. Test Your Hypothesis<br />Now we cook it!<br />
  6. 6. Collect Your Data<br />Now we will pour out the bags and count how many pieces are in each bag.<br />
  7. 7. Interpret Your Data <br />The Wal-Mart bag had more pieces than Orville Redenbacher’s bag.<br />
  8. 8. State Your Conclusion<br />The Wal-Mart popcorn cost less and comes with more pieces, clearly it’s the better buy.<br />

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