How the Great Scientists Reasoned

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  • Author : Gary G. Tibbetts
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Pages : 148 pages
  • ISBN : 012398498X
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How the Great Scientists Reasoned

How the Great Scientists Reasoned
  • Author : Gary G. Tibbetts
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Release : 01 October 2012
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The scientific method is one of the most basic and essential concepts across the sciences, ensuring that investigations are carried out with precision and thoroughness. This book teaches the basic modes of scientific thought, not by philosophical generalizations, but by illustrating in detail how great scientists from across the sciences solved problems using scientific reason.

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