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Identify the six major stages of the process of scientific inquiry and explain why the process is not a rigid sequence of steps.

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    Because there are many different kinds of problems that science can address, and the "scientific method" that's taught in every high school science class isn't appropriate for every type of investigation. Scientists custom-build the procedure they will use depending on the unique challenges of the problem they are trying to solve.

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