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what is the goal of a scientific method The goal of any scientific method is to solve a problem or to better understand an observed event
How does a scientific law differ from a scientific theory A scienfific law describes an observe pattern in nature without attempting to explain it. The explanation of such pattern is provided by scientific theory.
Why are scientific models useful scienntific models make it easier to understand things that make it to difficult to observe directly.
Scientific method an organize plan for gathering organzing and communicating information.
Observation It's information that you obtain through your senses.
Hypothesis It's a propose answer to a question
Manipulated variable The variable that causes a change in another.
Responding variable Amount of water that you accumulate.
Controlled experiment An experiment in which only one variable is deliberately change at a time.
Scientific theory Is a well tested explanation for a set of observation or experimental results.
Scientific law A statement that summarizes a pattern found in nature.
model A street map .
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