3.1) Use various methods of representing and organizing observations (e.g., diagrams, tables,charts, graphs, equations, matrices) and insightfully interpret the organized data.
3.2) Apply statistical analysis techniques when appropriate to test if chance alone explains the results.
3.3) Assess correspondence between the predicted result contained in the hypothesis and actualresult, and reach a conclusion as to whether the explanation on which the prediction was based is supported.
3.4) Based on the results of the test and through public discussion, revise the explanation and contemplate additional research.
3.5 Develop a written report for public scrutiny that describes the proposed explanation, including a literature review, the research carried out, its result, and suggestions for further