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  • one year ago

PLEASE HELP, SO LOST! Scientific Method: (FLVS) Design an experiment to help a researcher figure out ways the Krill population could be increased. I need to come up with a problem, research, hypothesis, procedure, analysis, and conclusion.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    This is what i have so far, should i change anything? I feel like my procedure isnt good enough

  3. anonymous
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    I would mabhe ads a little more in the research section

  4. anonymous
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    Also when you are writing procedures, it is better to give exact numbers instead of writing some krill.

  5. anonymous
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    what should i put then? i do not have an exact number

  6. anonymous
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    Since you are sort of being a scientist yourself, I guess you can make up the number mabye 1000 or one ton?

  7. anonymous
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    Mabye you could change step one into: Take samples of 1000 krill in various areas around the world, to asses how they have been affected by pollution.

  8. anonymous
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    Also, what are you thinking of putting for your analysis section? @ap_98

  9. anonymous
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    wouldnt i have to change step 2 then?? also, i have no idea. i dont understand how i can give data if i never did the experiment.. @sunleaf01

  10. Koikkara
    • one year ago
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    \(Hello, How~can~i~Help~you~?\) @ap_98

  11. anonymous
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    Hi, I need help with my procedure, analysis and conclusion for my FLVS assignment. @Koikkara

  12. Koikkara
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    \(Alright, Download~this~pdf~!!~It~will~Help~you~A~lot~!!\) http://pal.lternet.edu/sites/default/files/files/Investigating%20Krill%20Behaviors%20FINAL%203%3A4%3A14.pdf \(<<Click~Here\) \(Hope~It~helps~!\) \(Nice~to~meet~you~!\) @ap_98

  13. anonymous
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    Hi, I need help with my procedure, analysis and conclusion for my FLVS assignment. @Koikkara

  14. anonymous
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    unfortunately that didnt help much :/

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    Okay, I see your point. The analysis could be things that could of been observed. There have been many studies that have done to this that are very similar. mabye you could use one of the analysis and conclusion sections fr one of those experiments as a guide?

  16. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @ap_98

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