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science a way of learning about th natrual world and the knowledge gained through that process
scientific inquiry the diverse ways in which scientist explore problems and seek to answer questions about the natural world
observation using all 5 senses to gather information
inference an interpretation based on observation and prior knowlegde
hypothesis a possible explanation for a set of observations or an answer to a scientific question
controlled experiment an experiment in which all factors except one are kept constant
variable any factor that changes in an experiment
manipulated variable the one factor that a scientist change during an experiment also called the independent variable
responding variable the factor tha changes as a result of changes made by the manipulated variable in an experiment also called the dependent variable
data the facts, figures, and other evidence gained through observations
scientific therory a well tested concept that explains a wide range of observations
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