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Observation involves using one or more of your senses- sight, hearing, smell, and sometimes taste.
Inferences are interpretations based on observations and prior knowledge
Variables are the factors that can affect the experiment
manipulated variable is the variable the scientist is changing is also called the (independent variable
responding variable is the variable that changes as a result,it is also called dependent variable
control is the standard against which you compare the results of your experiment.
X-axis On a graph the horizontal line is the____ and it is titled with the manipulated variable.
Y-axis On a graph the vertical line is the _____and it titled with the responding variable.
Length is measured in meters and can be measured using a meter stick. the____ is measured in meters and can be measured using a meter stick.
Created by: cruzc