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Can You Give Me A Sample Of Investigatory Project?

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An investigatory project is usually a scientific project. When someone is conducting this type of project, they are trying to investigate scientific questions or phenomena. The questions are usually ones that are puzzling or do not fit in with the typical laws of science. A beginner would start on a project that is already solved. They are trying to reach the correct conclusion by conducting their own research or experiment.

An example would be investigating different types of soap and trying to find which chemical composition cleans the best. This would be a fairly straightforward beginner's project, and the results should be recorded. The researcher could conduct the experiment by testing each type of soap in a trial to find out which is the superior choice. After this, the researcher could look up the ingredients in each type of soap.  Always remember to employ the scientific method when doing these projects. The ingredients in each soap product can be researched to find out their effectiveness in other products.

A more advanced scientist would obviously conduct more complicated projects. An example of this type of project would be scientists trying to find a sustainable and practical fuel alternative to oil. This project is massive and complicated. It requires thousands of scientists constantly working for years on end. In order to complete this type of an investigative project, the scientists would have to receive extensive training beforehand. Some scientists spend their whole life working on this project.

The solution will be extremely valuable if used correctly. Learning how to investigate science is a very good skill to learn. More advanced scientists, like the beginner ones, also use the scientific method. The main difference is that advanced scientists might skip around in the steps or repeat steps until they have the solution they need.

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