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scientific method

Qualitative data data that is collected using the five sense: smell, taste, touch, hearing, and sight
Quantitative data data that is collected using measurements: meters, liters, grams, counting, and temperature
scientific methods ways to solve problems that can include step-by-step plans, making models, and carefully thought-out experiments
model represents something that is to big, to small, too dangerous, too time consuming, or too expensive to observe directly
hypothesis prediction or statement that can be tested and may be formed by prior knowledge, and previous observations, and new information
independent variable variable that can be changed during an experiment
dependent variable factor that is being measured during an experiment
constant variable that stays the same during an experiment
control sample that is treated like other experimental groups except that the independent variable is not applied to it
Created by: aiden_astle