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observing using 1 or more of your senses to gather info.
inferring when u explain or interpret the things u observe
predicting making a statement or claim about what will happen in the future
classifying grouping together of items that are alike in someway
making models creating representations of complex objects or proceses
evaluating comparing observations and date to reach a conclusion about them
mass the amount of matter in an object
weight a measure of the force of gravity acting on a object
volume amount of space an object or substance takes up
density measure of how much mass is contained in a given volume
accuracy how close a measurment is to the true value
precision how close a group of measurments are to eachother
mean numerical average in a set of date
median the middle number in a set of data
mode number that appears the most in a list of numbers
range difference between the largest and smallest value
hypothesis possible answer to a scientific question
independent variable the 1 variable that is purposely changed to test a hypothesis
dependent variable the factor that may change due to theindependent variable
controlled experiment an experiment where only 1 variable is manipulated at a time
Created by: gabbypowell