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Scientific Method

Scientific Method Review

Ask a Question The first step in the scientific method process
Length A ruler measures this quantitative observation
bar graph a graph used for descriptive data
data table an easy way to organize data
conclusion a factual summary of data
independent a kind of variable that is changed in an experiment
inferences are based on observations and simple explanations of observations
controlled a variable in an experiment that stays the same
mass a balance measures this quantitative observation
hypothesis an educated guess about how one variable will affect another variable
qualitative observations based on our five senses
quantitative observations based on measuring something
temperature a thermometer measures this quantitative observation
meterstick or ruler what tools can length be measured with?
dependent a variable that is being measured in an experiment
line graph a graph used when data has taken place over time
volume a graduated cylinder and beaker can be used to measure this
plan and perform the experiment what is the next step in the scientific method after asking a question
grams the unit used to measure mass
beaker and graduated cylinder what tools can volume be measured with?
Created by: MrsTwining