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a measure of how much surface an object has area
a person who studies a community of organisms and their non-living enviroment ecologist
a possible explanation or answer to a question hypotheses
a person who studies the atmosphere meteorologist
the amount of space something occupies or the amount of space something contains volume
a factor in an experiment that's changed variable
any pieces of information acquired through experimentation data
amount of matter something is made of mass
measure of how hot or cold something is temperature
the amount of matter in a given volume density
a unifying explanation for a broad range of hypotheses and observations that have been supported by testing theory
a representation of an object or system model
compares the results from a control group with the results of one or more experimental groups controlled experiment
any use of senses to gather information observation
the application of knowledge, tools, and materials to solve problems and accomplish tasks technology
a summary of many experimental results and observations law
the ways in which scientists answer questions and solve problems scientific method
the basic SI unit of length meter
a process of gathering knowledge about the natural world science
person who specializes in the chemistry of rocks, minerals, and soil geochemist
descriptions of what we observe qualitative observations
measurements of what we observed quantitative observations
making observations with your 5 senses and with measuring tools Direct method
making inferences based of observations Indirect method
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