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Lewis-Sci Method

a statement summarizing what you learned in an experiment; the last step in the scientific method conclusion
a careful, orderly test of a hypothesis experiment
an educated guess about what will happen in an experiment hypothesis
information gathered during an experiment data
a possible explanation for an observation inference
observations made using a form of measurement or a number (6 inches, 12 eggs) quantitative observation
observations made describing properties or characteristics (fluffy, stinky, green) qualitative observation
something in an experiment that can change variable
the ONE thing that you change on purpose or compare in an experiment, "the cause" manipulated (independent) variable
the data that you collect during an experiment, "the effect" responding (dependent)variable
what all scientific investigations begin with and the first step in the scientific method question
Created by: lewisch