Experiments with motion

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New York : Children's Press, [2012].
Columbia Pike - Kids Nonfiction
J 507.8 GRAY
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48 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
9780531263464, 0531263460, 9780531266465, 053126646X


Includes bibliographical references, glossary, web sites, places to visit and index.
How scientists find out how things work: First a scientist pulls together all the observations about something. Next, he or she thinks up a question that the observations don't explain. Then a hypothesis, that which someone believes to be the correct answer to the question is formed. It must be a statement that can be tested. Next, an experiment is made to test the hypothesis in which everything that happens is written down. Finally the scientist looks at the results of the experiment and draws a conclusion. Sometimes, the conclusion is that the hypothesis is correct and other times, that it is not. If that is the case then another hypothesis is formed and experimented. This book will show you how to test the effects of motion scientifically.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Gray, S. H. (2012). Experiments with motion . Children's Press.

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Gray, Susan Heinrichs. 2012. Experiments With Motion. New York: Children's Press.

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Gray, Susan Heinrichs. Experiments With Motion New York: Children's Press, 2012.

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Gray, Susan Heinrichs. Experiments With Motion Children's Press, 2012.

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