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Qualitative observations observations about other qualitives of matter such as color, texture, shape. example-the clock lights are red
Quantitative observations observations about quantity (how much, how many)
observations using one or more of your 5 senses to gather information. observations are based only on information from one or more of your senses
inferences developing ideas based on observations and your prior knowledge. we use our past experiences to draw conclusions and make explanations about events
the major characteristics of science research, facts, ingredients
science is important because science is important because the technology we have we would'nt have it now
what science is not science is not people moving their bodies
examples of science
Created by: adiannabasquiat