(a) For scientific investigations
Our hypothesis is that the effects of sulfur dioxide on the physical and ecological environment would be harmful as they may contribute to the pollution of the air.
The independent variables are the types of diseases caused by sulfur dioxide and how it affects plants.
The dependent variable is the amount of sulfur dioxide produced by the cars, planes and ships.
The constants are the time and location.
(b) For social sciences/exploratory research
It benefits society as people will know why their plants get air related diseases and die in Singapore, how to help reduce the number of occurrences of it and how to prevent it from happening to themselves and others around them.
RELEVANCY OF RESEARCH
- Why is your research important?
- How does it contribute to existing body of knowledge?
- How does your research contribute to/impact the society or community?
- To protect the plants from the harmful effects of toxic chemicals and to find ways to treat them as plants play an important part in our lives.
- What are the current research available/ you have come across?
- Summarise the research articles that you have encountered which may be useful to your research.
- How are you going to gather data?
It is a machine that can detect the ppb of sulfur dioxide of in a designated room.
- How are you going to collate data?
- How are you going to sift and sort data i.e. which data is important?
- How are you going to analyse the data?
- How are you going to present the data?
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- List/identify the hazardous chemicals, activities, or devices that will be used
- Identify and assess the risks involved.
- Describe the safety precautions and procedures that will be used to reduce the risks.
- List the source(s) of safety information.