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The Nature of Scienc

Colleen's Chapter review

Indepentent v The factor in an experiment tht is chaged by the experimenter is the
graph A visual display of information or data is a (n)
model An idea, event, or object is represented by a (n)
experiment A test of a hypothesis is a (n)
control A standard for comparison thatois used in an experiment is a (n)
scientific law A rule of nature that tells you what will happen under certain conditions is a (n)
dependent v the independent variable in an experiment maycause a change in the
volume The amount of space occupied by an object is called its
hypotesis A testable prediction is a (n)
technology Another term for applied science is
constent A variable that doesn't change in an expeeriment is called a
theory An explanation based on many observations supported by experimental results in a (n)
standard An exact quantity that people agree to use for comparison is a (n)
mss A measurement of the quantity of matter is
density They mass pr unit volume of material is
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