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Science Vocab

Scientific Method Steps to solve a problem in science.
Independent Variable What is being tested, the part of the problem the scientist changes to affect the outcome.
Dependent Variable The variable that changes because of the independent variable.
Control The "normal", what you compare results to.
Constant The parts of the experiment that stays the same throughout the whole experiment.
Matter Any object that has mass and takes up space. 4 properties of matter: mass, weight, volume, density.
Metric Units The way to measure things in science, based on a scale of 10's.
Mass Amount of "stuff" (matter) that is in an object. Base unit: grams.
Triple Beam Balance 3 masses that add together to balance on one side.
Poses Name for the three masses you move on the triple beam balance, add them together for total mass in g.
Weight How much gravity is pulling you down, measured with a scale.
Volume How much space something takes up or can hold. Base unit: solid - cm3, liquid - mL
Created by: GeneralMacho