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Process Skills Unit

data information gathered from observations
hypothesis a scientific prediction
experiment the procedure used to test your hypothesis
purpose reason for the experiment;sometimes posed as a question
analyze organize the data as a chart, table, graph, diagram, map, or a group of pictures
conclusion decide whether the data supports the hypothesis or not
variable things can control or change the outcome of the experiment
classify put into groups based on similar properties
properties something you can observe
communicate share information using charts, graphs, tables, pictures or diagrams
measure find size, distance,time, volume, area, mass, weight or temperature of an object or event
infer to draw conclusions based on ideas,observations, facts, and past experiences
observe use your senses to learn about an object or event
mass the measure of the amount of matter in an object
weight the measure of the pull of gravity on an object
Created by: robertsstacey