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Your problem statement and hypothesis are extremely easy to write if you have determined your independent and dependent variables. Lets begin with the problem statement. The question should always start with either which or how.
The one you choose will depend on your independent and dependent variable. The form should be Which or How will the independent variable affect the dependent variable. Look at the examples to the left.
These questions are problem statements based on the independent and dependent variables which were previously decided.
As you can see, both of these problem statements fit the format described above. How or which independent will affect the dependent. Okay, now it is time for you to write your problem statement for your science fair project.
What is your problem statement? Our next step is to write a hypothesis. The hypothesis is very much like the problem statement except it is the answer to your question. The format should be I think choose an independent variable will affect on the dependent variable.
You can see the two examples of the hypothesis written for the examples within the PowerPoint slides. Now it is time for you to write a hypothesis for your science fair project.
What is your hypothesis? How will the number of worms effect the growth of 3 plants in one week with the same amount of sunlight and water. I believe that the cup with the least amount of worms will grow the tallest in a week's time.
Which type of wood burns the fastest. I believe that the oak will burn the fastest.
I think the vinegar will help the egg bounce because the egg will soak up the vinegar so when it drops it may bounce. I believe that the pine will burn the fastest. Which plant will grow the tallest in a one week period with the same amount of light and greywater? I think out of the three plants Bean, Tomato, and Onion The bean will grow the farthest.
I think that shooting at your chin will be the highest. How will the number of rubber bands on the catapult effect the distance of the ping pong balls when shot. I think the number of rubber bands will effect the distance of the shot ping pong balls.
Which basketball will bounce the highest with varying PSI levels? I think the diet coca cola will make the egg float. My problem statement is witch metal will destroy the environment the fastest. I think that the mercury will destroy it the fastest.
My problem statement is which shooting position is most accurate? I think the face shot will be the most accurate.
How high of a starting point does a marble have to have to do a loop- da- loop the fastest? I think the marble will do the loop-da-loop the fastest at a starting point of 1ft. Problem Statement- How will the amount of water effect how far the light is shown in feet.
I think the 6 cups of water in the container with the highlitghter will be shown at a further distance. My problem is what will cool a soda faster a refrigerator or freezer.
My hypothesis is that the freezer will cool the soda faster. How will the three different sodas effect the weight of the nail?Writing a science fair project report may seem like a challenging task, but it is not as difficult as it first appears.
This is a format that you may use to write a science project report. This is a format that you may use to write a science project report. A hypothesis is a prediction of the outcome of a test. It forms the basis for designing an experiment in the scientific method.A good hypothesis is testable, meaning it makes a prediction you can check with observation or testing.
Writing a science fair project report may seem like a challenging task, but it is not as difficult as it first appears. This is a format that you may use to write a science project report.
This is a format that you may use to write a science project report. A hypothesis is a prediction of the outcome of a test. It forms the basis for designing an experiment in the scientific method.A good hypothesis is testable, meaning it makes a prediction you can check with observation or testing.
In a science fair setting, judges can be just as impressed by projects that start out with a faulty hypothesis; what matters more is whether you understood your science fair project, had a well-controlled experiment, and have ideas about what you would do next to improve your project if you had more time.
We write a hypothesis. We set out to prove or disprove the hypothesis. What you "think" will happen, of course, should be based on your preliminary research and your understanding of the science and scientific principles involved in your proposed experiment or study.