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science defnition

scientific method i guess

Define Prediction Make a forcast
Define Classify Group by similar characteristics
Qualitative Observation Use ur senses to gather information
Quanitative Observion Measure to get information
Infrence Give an explinaion for what you observed
Define Communicate Tell others what you know
Who uses metric system? Scientist use SI or metric units of measurement
Why us metic systen used? It's easy to convert from one unit to another be just moving he decimal since the metric system is base ten.
What unit is used for length? Meter stick
Kilo? 1000
Centi? 1/100
Milli? 1/1000
Observational investigation Lab (investigation) when changes are being observed.
Experimental investigation Lab (investigation) when hypothesis is being tested.
hypothesis etucated guess
independent variable change experimenter makes in an experiment.
Dependent variable The change made to the IV in the experiment.
Constant The factors that MUST stay the same in an experiment.
Control Standard of comparison.
Fair test An experiment that changes only one factor
Repeated trials Completing an experiment many times
Created by: Kyledn