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Science Unit 1

A procedure carried out to carefully observe, study, or test something in order to learn more about it. Investigation
The study of the natural world through observation and investigation. Science
Information collected during a scientific investigation. Evidence
A personal belief or judgment that does not need to be backed up with evidence. Opinion
Different ways that scientists perform investigations and collect reliable data. Scientific Methods
A procedure carried out under controlled conditions to test a hypothesis. Experiment
Any condition that can be changed in an experiment. Variable
The experimental set up to which you will compare all the other setups. Control
Too small to be seen without a microscope. Microscopic
A tool used to measure the amount of matter in an object, with is the object's mass. Balance
A tool used to measure forces. Spring Scale
Very close to the actual value. Accurate
Created by: mariajharvey