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Sci Process vocab

science process skills vocab

what is the first step in the Scientific Method? pose questions
what is the second step in the Scientific Method? form a hypothesis
what is the third step in the Scientific Method? design an experiment
what is the fourth step in the Scientific Method? collect and interpret data
what is the fifth step in the Scientific Method? draw conclusions
what is the sixth step in the Scientific Method? communicate
to use your senses to gain information observe
is an amount of an observation quantitative observation
is a description of an observation qualitative observation
to group things to how they are alike classify
to suggest what may happen in the future predict
to suggest why something happned based upon observation infer
to suggest a possible answer to a problem, based on information that can be tested. There format must be in an "if....then" statement hypothesize
a numerical amount of an observation measure
not an exact amount estimate
to take take, and write it in a meaingful way such as a chart or graph record and organize
to study the data, to look for trends and patterns analyze
to summarize what has happned; is my hypothesis correct? conclude
the factor being tested in a experiment variable
is the factor being purposely changed by the experimenter. Found on the X-axis independent variable or manipulated variable
the factor that changes or responds as a result of the independent variable. this is what you measure to obtain your results. Found on the Y-axis dependent variable or responding variable
an experiment in which all the factors or variables are kept the same except for the one being tested controlled experiment
the setup in an experiment that is left alone and is used to see what changes have occured as a result of the IV. it is used to compare control setup aka "control"
is part of the experiment that contains the variable or factor being tested experimental set up
all the things constants or controls
what are the three types of graphs used in science? bar graph circle graph line graph
this graph shows changes overtime line graph
this graph compares amounts, measurments ect bar graph
this graph shows % of a whole circle or pie graph
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