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Experimental Design

vocabulary associated with controlled experiments

the factor being purposely changed manipulated variable
the factor which responds to the change in the manipulated variable responding variable
all the factors which are kept constant in an experiment controlled variables
observations or descriptions of things noted during the experiment qualitative observations
measurements taken during an experiment data or quantitative observations
used to organize data data ables
location of manipulated variable in a graph (which axis) bottom or x axis
location of responding variable in a graph y axis
human mistakes that were made and experimental errors during an experiment experimental error
what to include in conclusion restate hypothesis, summarize major results, evaluate hypothesis, what was learned and unexpected results
format for good experimental question what is the effect of (manipulated variable) on (responding variable)
definition of a variable in an experiment ie the number of washers held before collapse is strength operational definition
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