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Sci Method

Stack #22370 Mrs. Kamienski

Scientific Method A universal approach to solving a problem using 6 steps
Hypothesis a logical guess, a possible explaination
Control a set up in an experiment inwhich no change is made and is used as a Reference
Variable a set up inwhich ONE factor is changed
Data Information gathered in an experiment
Analyze means to make a graph or chart to look at data
Conclusion result of an experiment, based on data and either proves a hypothesis correct or incorrect
Quantitative Numerical data such as temperature or mass
Qualitiative dat a that describes a quality such as color, sound, or texture
Theory a hypothesis that is tested and confirmed enough that it is unlikely to be disproved
Step 1 Define a problem
Step 2 Form a Hypothesis
Step 3 Test hypothesis ( experiment)
Step 4 Observe and measure
Step 5 Analyze data
Step 6 Report conclusion
Created by: bkamienski