Theories are based on "facts", but theories themselves are not facts. How can this be?
1. How can a theory change while the "facts" remain the same?
2. What is a "Fact"?
3. Can you give an example of a scientific "fact"?
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Its for a discussion and this is my first one so its not an essay very casual format.
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A theory can be changed through testing it.
A fact is a thing that is indisputably the case.
An example of a scientific fact is that the world is round.
Or a better...For #3:http://listverse.com/2007/12/19/top-20-amazing-science-facts/
how would you explain a scientific theory? As a definition @undeadknight26
A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world that is acquired through the scientific method and repeatedly tested and confirmed through observation and experimentation.
haha ahhhh google, I need something that doesn't sound like I looked it up (im a junior and my school is hella strict about what is considered "plagerism")
although that is exactly what it is
Reword it lol.
A scientific theory is a explanation of parts of the world and is tested over and over to be confirmed.
ooh good idea lol thanks
can you help with one more just correct it? its independent and dependent variables @undeadknight26
Children who entered kindergarten at age 5 were compared with children who entered kindergarten at age 6 on measures of academic achievement taken at 5th grade. Results indicated that children who entered kindergarten at age 6 scored significantly higher on standardized tests measuring reading achievement and mathematics achievement.
Who/What is being studied: Children academics who entered kindergarten at age 5 compared to age 6
Control Group: Children who enter kindergarten at age 5
Experimental Group: Children who enter kindergarten at age 6
Independent Variable: When the students enter kindergarten
Dependent Variable: The score on standardized tests