Scientists solve different problems all of the time, to make their problem solving easier they use the scientific method. The scientific method is a procedure of six steps they are stating the problem, collecting information, forming a hypothesis, performing experiments, analyzing the data, and making a conclusion.
The first step to the scientific method is to stat the problem in which you wish to answer. You can do this by asking a clear, answerable question.
The second step is collecting information on the question answered. You have to make observations and study the things on the question so you have more knowledge on the problem.
After collecting the information, scientists then form a hypothesis, or educated Guess, on what the solution may be. A hypothesis may be very simple and limited and may be broad and complex depending on the situation. This is weord
After forming a hypothesis, scientists then perform experiments to test it. In an
Experiment there is two almost identical set ups, but one contains a variable which is the thing being tested.
Scientists then record and analyze the data gained from their experiments. They record the data by making graphs and charts.
The final step is forming a conclusion. Depending on the results of the experiments the scientists either accept their hypothesis or reject it. After many experiments are formed they state conclusion. This is why the scientific method is the way that it is. Certain Scientists have there way of analyzing different methods of studying.