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vocabulary words

variable anything that can be changed in an experiment that might affect the outcome
experiment an investigation designed to find out how variables affect the outcome
controlled experiment an experiment in which one and only one variable is changed at a time and the outcome is compared to a standard
system a set of objects that are related in some way and all working together
standard the basic procedure used in a controlled experiment before changing any of the variables
swinger variables length of string, weight, release position
lifeboat variables passenger distribution, condition of sea, penny placement, size of boat
flipper variables angle of launch, length of flip stick, position of flipped object on stick, weight of flipped object, how far down flip stick is pressed
swinger relationship The longer the string, the fewer the swings.
lifeboat relationship The greater the capacity of the boat, the more passengers it can hold.
Created by: Nan Dickerson