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scientific investigation does not parallel the steps of the scientific method?

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  1. JFraser
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    often, no. Real scientific investigations loop on themselves. Experiments yield results that change hypotheses, which prompt more experiments, which change hypotheses, often several times before any sort of conclusion is ever formed.

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