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WGU mod 4 science

ISA4/ISC4 Module 4

an orderly method for gaining, organizing, and applying new knowledge.Observe, question, hypothesize, predict, test predictions, draw a conclusion Scientific method
Design of all information-gathering exercises where variation is present, whether undert he full control of the experimenter or not. principles of experimental design
Recorded observations Data
something that depends on other factors. ex. a test score, depends on how much you prepare for test dependant variable
an educated guess hypothesis
something that stands alone and isn't changed by other variables. independant variable
variables that are not chnaged throughout the trials in an experiment because the experimenter is not interested in the effect of that variable being changed fot that particular experiment. controlled parameters
Observing the physical world around you. First part of the scientific method. Observation
that which tends to prove or disprove something; grould for belief; proof Evidence
A synthesis of a large body of information that encompasses well-tested hypotheses about certain aspects of the natural world. Theory
Confirm experimental results by repeated testing Conclusion
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