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Upon your car is missing. use scientific method step by step approach find your car. you must create the need to recycle,and follow through the steps at least one additional time 

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Stanton D. | Tutor to Pique Your Sciences InterestTutor to Pique Your Sciences Interest
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Now, now.
Neveen, your question is a little disorganized ("Upon you car is missing"?). Your teacher is just looking for something of the form of "Ask why car is gone", (Do applicable background research: whatever! Could you simply have forgotten where you parked it?), Make Hypothesis #1, Test Hypothesis #1, decide if Hypothesis #1 was correct (You found your car crushed into a little cube at the recycling yard -- scant comfort that!?); if so, stop; if not, return to the "Make Hypothesis" box and make hypothesis #2, test H#2, decide if H#2 was correct; if so, stop; if not, return to "Make Hypothesis " box, etc.
You need to simply create plausible reasons to test, as H#1, H#2, etc.
You should really be able to go crazy on this, with the help of your entire class -- maybe end up with a hallway poster display "50 Ways to Find Your Missing Car"??
Kenneth G. | Experienced Tutor of Mathematics and StatisticsExperienced Tutor of Mathematics and Sta...
The steps of the scientific method are to:
Ask a Question
Do Background Research
Construct a Hypothesis
Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment
Analyze Your Data and Draw a Conclusion
Communicate Your Results
I'm not convinced finding a car fits the scientific method well since there is no statistical test and no analysis of data.   These days I push a button and my car yells at me, so I don't need much experimentation. And, by the way, I don't plan to recycle my car.