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SI Units

meters measure length/distance
grams measure mass
liter measures volume
second measures time
Celsius measures temperature
the upward push of a liquid or gas on an object buoyancy
a property that can be observed,measure,or changed without changing the substance physical property
every experiment starts with a question
materials and procedures are in this part of an experiment experiment
another word for hypothesis prediction
a tool used to measure mass balance
a tool used to measure volume graduated cylinder
an example of a hypothesis is I predict it is going to rain this afternoon
Comes at the end of the scientific method after you analyze the information conclusion
an object with symmetry is the same on both sides
an experiment can only have one of these variable
cleaning up clutter is an example of a precaution
leaving a mess is an example of a hazard
a stop sign is a symbol
creating a chart and writing down observations is an example of collecting data
Created by: kemberlian