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Geography
Course
Geography 1100
Professor
Prof
Semester
Winter

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Geography 1100 Scientific Method The scientific method is used to produce what we need and want. If it wasn’t established then we wouldn’t have what we have today. There are two scientific methods: Inductive: which predicts if everything is the same then we are able to predict everything that is going to happen Deductive:Charles Darwin used this method. the definition is Models There are 3 different types of models and 2 different flavors which are in order of increasing abstraction. Ionic: closest to the real world increasingabstraction from bottom to top, Increasing realism from top to bottom Ionic: • has the real world in it but ususally has a change in scale • it takes the real world and makes it small • an example is a wave tank that makes fake waves
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