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5th- Nature of Scie

science vocabulary--- nature of science vocab

a tool for observing distant objects telescope
the wise use and protection of natural resources including plants, animals, minerals, soils, water, air, and fossil fuels conservation
nearly exact, similar in nature, appearance, or has the same characteristics as something else. approximate
a tool used for measuring temperature thermometer
to have examined (two or more objects, ideas, people, etc.) to see how they are the same and different compared
the arrangement or relationship of parts structure
a particular system that is used to determine the dimensions, area, volume, or weight of something measuring
based on truth or fact valid
something that comes about as an effect or end results
a series of changes by which something passes from one condition to another processes
a picture, idea, or object that represents an object or process model
the order in which things are or should be connected, related, or dated sequence
to watch somebody or something attentively, especially for scientific purposes observe
to set down in writing record
an explanation that you can figure out without observing directly (using prior knowledge) infer
a metric unit of mass grams
a metric unit of volume liter
a tool used to find the mass of an object balance
a simple drawing showing the basic shape, layout, or workings of something diagram
arranging things based upon similar characteristics classifying
an exchange of information: the exchange of information by speaking, writing, or using a common system of signs or behavior communication
the maximum amount that can be held or taken in capacity
to explain something by giving details of its characteristics describe
a metric measurement of length meter
to keep all the variables the same except the one being tested control
the way in which somebody or something goes points or faces, or the instructions given by somebody direction
steps to follow to produce a product procedures
a unit of measurement that is equal to one-hundredth of a meter centimeter
the end, the final part, the result, the outcome, the final decision conclusion
to become different undergo changes
an idea that can be tested by an experiment or an observation (educated guess or prediction) hypothesis
the things which can change in an experiment variables
the measure of how cold or warm an object of substance is temperature
Created by: Mr.Rod