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a way of learning about the natural world and the knowlege gained through that process Science
a varible that cannot be change or is purposly not changed during the experiment Constant
using all 5 senses to gather information Observation
an interpretation based on observation and prior knowledge Inference
a possile explanation for a set of observations or an answer to a scientific question hypothesis
simular test where the independent variable is left unchanged to provide a comparison Control
any factor that can change in an experiment Variable
the one factor that a scienctist changes during an experiment; also called the independent variable Manipulated (independent) variable
the factor that changes as a result of changes made by the manipulated variable in an experiment; also called the dependent variable Responding (dependent) variable
the facts, figures and outher evidence gained through observation data
observations involving descriptions Qualitative
observations involving numbers and measurments Quantitative
Created by: Vic3130750