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science 32

varibles, experiments...

two coordinate graph shows the outcome of an experiment when a variable is changed in steps
concrete graph swingers hanging from the number line
picture graph drawing of real object
capacity the greatest amount of liquid a container can hold
Independent Variable what you know before experiment [x-axis]
Dependent Variable what you find out by doing experiment [y-axis]
osciilation when a pendulum swings back and fourth
standard basic procedere using controlled experiment before changing any of the variables
prediction estimate based on information and/or experience
cycle any motion or activity that repeats itself
pendulum a mass hanging from a fixed point that is free to swing back and fourth
variable anything you can change in an experiment that might effect the outcome
our standard 38 cm. long, penny bob, 90 degree release point, no wind
experiment an investigation to find out how variables effect outcomes
controlled experiment experiment in which one variable is chnged and the outcome is compared to a standard
Created by: mo35