Name InstructorCourse Faculty Date Scientific Method Definition The scientific method is an experimental process that is used in exploring given observations and answering questions that may arise due to the relayed observation. The observation in the experiment will give rise to the answers to the questions raised. Steps in the scientific method The scientific method seeks to answers a given question. As such the first step involved in a scientific process is formulation of the question. The question can be in the form of what where who why which or how? The second step involves the conducting of a background research on conclusions will be made on which of the juices is denser than the other in regards to the conducted experiment. The results will then be explained using the scientific theories that explain density of liquids. Since this is a fun experiment as much as it scientific at the end of the process one will have prepared a tasty ready to drink mixed fruit juice. Works Cited Carneiro Aristides P. et al. "Density of mixtures containing sugars and ionic liquids: experimental data and PC-SAFT modeling." Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 59.10 (2014): 2942-2954. Harris Errol E. Hypothesis and perception: the roots of scientific method. Routledge 2014. [...]
Explain the scientific method, and give an example experiment that uses the scientific method. Your submission should include: 1) List the steps of the scientific method with a description of the steps. 2) Think up a very simple experiment that you can perform at home. List the steps of your experiment in the framework of the scientific method steps you listed in part 1.