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INTRODUCTION

We have been studying [    ] in class. Before I started this investigation

[Describe what you did] My goal for this investigation was to figure out [your goal]. The guiding question was [guiding question].

Method

To gather the data I needed to answer this question, I [describe what you did to collect data]. I decided that this was the best way to carry out the investigation because [give some reasons]. I then analyzed the data I collected by [describe what you did to analyze the data]. I decided that this was the best way to analyze these data because [give some reasons].

Argument

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This analysis indicates [explain what trend, difference, or relationships the graph or table shows in words]. This evidence is important because [explain why the evidence matters]

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Where should NASA Send a probe to look for life?

If NASA sends a probe to the north, there is possibility of finding life.

Evidence Justification
To present moment, there is no definite proof that there is life on planet Venus (Ramirez, 2018). The environment has been stated by extreme in comparison with planet earth.

Where should NASA Send a probe to look for life?

If NASA sends a probe to the South, there is possibility of finding life.

EVIDENCE Justification
No proof of life has been found on Planet Mars (Ramirez, 2018). Tests carried out do not indicate the presence of living persons in the planet.

References

Ramirez, R. M. (2018). A more comprehensive habitable zone for finding life on other planets. Geosciences, 8(8), 280.

Hypothesis 1:
If NASA sends a probe to the south, there is possibility of finding life. 

Hypothesis 2:
If NASA sends a probe to the north, there is possibility of finding life. 

What Data Will you Collect? think about the following questions:
• I will collect data based on oxygen content in the planets as well as the possibility of
withstanding gravity in other planets.
● How will you collect your data?
Documents and records will form part of the primary data received. This information will
provide data relating to presence of oxygen and gravity levels in the planets. 

Procedure: (What steps will you take to answer the guiding question???)
I have already set an objective of finding life on other planets. Therefore, I will set up a research
plan where I write down all that is required and expected of the research, collect the data which
will be analyzed and a conclusion generated from the research topic

 What type of graph or table could you create to help make sense of your data?
I will create a clustered column chart that shows the oxygen levels in different planets. I will
also have a pie chart showing the gravitational pull on different planets.
I can use a combined line and bar graph to show the oxygen levels and the gravitational
levels of the planets. The one with the highest proportion is suitable for life, just as is planet
earth. 

Predicted Result if hypothesis 1 is valid?
If NASA sends a probe to the south, then there is possibility of finding life. 

Predicted Result if hypothesis 2 is valid?
If NASA sends a probe to the north, there is possibility of finding life. 

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