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Scientific5 Method

A series of steps followed to solve problems. scientific method
To nconduct a test or an investigation. experiment
In a controlled experiment, the group that does not have the change of the independent variable used for comparasion. control group
In a controlled experment,the group that does not have the change by the independant variable. Experimental Group
it's what is changed and/or manipulated in,the test. independant variables
A list of items that are needed to conducted the test.This includes safty items that will be needed. materials
the exact and spiecific steps you took before,during,and after conducting the experiment they shoud be numbered sequentilly. procedure
the result of the experiment measuring the length of a plants stem to measure it's groth.It's measure and data is collected. dependant variable
what you found out or discovered from experimentingwhy you think this result happened.The awnser to you hypothesis. conclusion
Created by: bryanp