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    The Scientific Inquiry

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    According to the text, scientific inquiry follows a cyclical process that begins with a question and ends with asking a new question(s). Explain the process of scientific inquiry by describing each of the steps involved.

    the text book is: Exploring Research seventh edition by Neil J. Salkind

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    The four steps in the scientific inquiry:

    1. Asking a question - is the realization that something that is interesting or has potential value needs to be investigated further. Usually, the sources of these kinds of questions are everyday experiences and events. They don't originate in highly controlled environments such as laboratories, conferences, etc. Rather, they can include music, literature, art, and events in the lives of people. Questions can also include observations ...

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    The solution explains the process of scientific inquiry by describing the steps involved in the process. References included.