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Scientific Method

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Problem identified that could be researched further. Question
clear directions or steps for the investigation. Procedure
Educated guess Hypothesis
identify and list equipment needed. Materials
graph, chart or diagram. Results
once data examined a scientist can explain why they think things have occurred. Conclusion
The variable that is deliberately changed in the experiment. Independent variable
The object being measured. The outcome or data Dependent variable
The standard for comparison. Controlled variable
The part of the experiment that stays the same. Constants:
What is the equation for density? D=M/V
What are the six steps to solving a scientific problem? 1. Identify the problem. 2. Collect information. 3. Form hypothesis. 4. Test hypothesis by experiment. 5. Accept or reject hypothesis. 6. Conclusion (results).
Created by: gayle gavazzi