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Science Process

Experiment a test under controlled conditions that are made to demonstrate a known truth, examine the validity of a hypothesis, or determine the effect of something previously untried
Independent Variable the part of the experiment that is manipulated or changed by the scientist or person performing the experiment
Dependent Variable the part of the experiment that is affected by the independent variable
Control a part of the experiment that is not being tested and is used for comparison
Hypothesis a tentative explanation that can be tested by further investigation; suggested solution to a problem; an educated guess
Procedure a way of performing or affecting something; a series of steps taken to test the hypothesis
Observe to watch (touch, smell, taste, or listen) carefully, especially with attention to details or behavior, for the purpose of arriving at a judgment or uncovering information; to purposefully take notice of something
Data recorded observations and measurements; information derived from an experiment
Analyze to examine methodically by separating into parts and studying their interrelations
Conclusion a judgment made or an opinion formed after considering the relevant facts or evidence
Trial the number of times that you do the experiment
Created by: mrslandreth