What is the problem for a science fair project?
The problem is the question that asks what is the purpose of the experiment.
What can I do for a science fair project?
To get started on your science fair project, you’ll learn to observe the world around you and ask questions about the things you observe.
- Get your idea and do some research.
- Ask a testable question.
- Design and conduct your experiment.
- Examine your results.
- Communicate your experiment and results.
What is a problem sentence in science?
Problem statements are a tool that will help clarify the issue that you will investigate. It will help you to focus your research onto one problem; suggest a method to solve that problem; and may even end with you discovering a novel solution to the problem.
How do you create a scientific problem?
The scientific method has five basic steps, plus one feedback step:
- Make an observation.
- Ask a question.
- Form a hypothesis, or testable explanation.
- Make a prediction based on the hypothesis.
- Test the prediction.
- Iterate: use the results to make new hypotheses or predictions.
What is a good scientific question?
A good scientific question is: “What effect does the pH of water have on radish seed germination?” Good scientific questions are defined, measurable, and controllable.
Can sand melt ice?
Sand basics One alternative to salt for protection from slippery ice is sand. While it does not melt the ice, sand is an abrasive material that increases traction between ice and tires or shoes.
Can salt be melted?
The simplest example of a molten salt would be to heat sodium chloride (“table salt”) to a red heat (greater than 801° C, or 1474° F)1 upon which it would melt into a liquid. This liquid is stable, has a heat capacity similar to water (by volume) and flows much like water does.