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Hypothesis and Experiment definitions

What are the 2 types of Scientific Question? Testable and non-testable (research-based)
What is a Hypothesis an educated guess about the question or problem
What do you need to do to have a good hypothesis support it with research or observations
what is a constant? Part of an experiment that does not change
What is an independent variable? the thing being tested. It is usually identified in the hypothesis.
What is a control? The control is the part of the experiment where there is no variable.
What is a dependant variable? The thing that is expected to be changed by the independent variable.
What is an experiment? I controlled test of a hypothesis.
Data the information gathered from an experiment.
Observation getting data with your 5 senses.
What is it called when scientist repeat another's work? peer review
What is needed for an old hypothesis to be replaced by a new one. A valid experiment and consensus.
scientific model a representation of an object or a process that allow a scientist to study it in detail.
Created by: aureliusii