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    hi I wanted to know if for the addition science coursework on friction ,the method you plan to do with your own method ,you use that for your experiment or your teacher gives you a method to use

    I'm not entirely sure what you're asking but it depends: Sometimes your teacher will give you several sources to choose from and you choose 2. Sometimes you have to look for your own sources and you choose 2.

    After that you make up your own method based on the sources (either a combination, or just one reworded). You do this before you start the paper and you bring it in with you.

    [Edit - sorry, I just realised what you meant] You get given a method when doing the experiment in class. This method may be coincidentally the same as yours.
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