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Vocabulary 1

mass amount of matter in an object
volume the amount of space an object occupies
temperature the degree of hotness or coldness
scientfic method an orderly process by which a scientist solves a problem
problem a scientific question that can be answered by a scientific investigation
hypothesis a possible explanation or answer to a scientific problem; must be something that can be tested
variable any factor that can change in an experiment
independent(manipulated) variable the factor in an experiement that is changed
dependent (responding) variable the variable that responds to the independent variable; it is what you measure or observe to obtain your results
constant (controlled) variable a factor in an experiment that is always kept the same
repeated trials the number of times an experiment is repeated
data observations and factual information that are collected during an experiment
conclusion a logical answer to the problem based on data and observations
observation using one or more of yourfive senses to gather information about the world
inference an interpretation of an observation; it is based on evidenc and prior knowledge
prediction making an inference about a future event based on current evidence
valid based on truth
trend the general direction in which something trends to move
evidence facts or observations on which a conclusion can be based
Created by: cindy.lee