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Scientists and Process Skills

biologist a scientist who studies humans, plants, animals and the environments in which they live
ecologist a scientist who studies the environment and the actions that affect it
geologist a scientist who studies Earth and the processes that shape Earth
agronomist a scientist who studies soil and crops
physicist a scientist who studies matter, energy, and how they are related
chemist a scientist who studies how chemicals react
engineer a person who uses scientific facts to solve problems and designs and builds most of the products people use, such as bridges, cars, buildings and computers
observation something you notice when you see, hear, touch, taste, or smell things
inference a guess based on an observation
opinion something that someone feels or believes, it cannot be proven true
fact a statement you can prove true
scientific facts true statements about how the world works that can be supported with experiments or tests
support observations that prove a fact is true
analyze to study something very closely
classify to group according to a set of rules
predict to say ahead of time what will happen on the basis of special knowledge
measure to find the size, amount, capacity, or degree of something
technology how people modify the natural world to suit their own purposes
design interactive decision-making process that produces plans by which resources are converted into products and systems that meet human needs and wants or solve problems
Created by: chaldeman