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Science 7th grade 1

1st quiz on si units and scientific ways of doin stuff

What is the first step in the scientific method? ask a question
what is the second step in the scientific method? form a hypothesis
what is the third step in the scientific method? do an experiment
what is the fourth step of the scientific method? draw conclusions
what is the fifth step in the scientific method? communicate results
what is the control group? the group that gets the normal condition
what is the experimental group? the group that gets tested
what are variables? anything that may affect the outcome of the experiment
what is independent variable? the variable that is being tested
what is dependent variable? the possible result from testing the independent variable
what is volume? the amount of space something takes up
What system of measurement do we use in science? the international system of units (SI system)
what is the measurement for length? meters (m)
what is the measurement used for mass? gram (g)
what is mass? the amount of matter in an object
what is weight? the force of gravity acting upon an object
what is the measurement used for time? seconds (s)
what is temperature? the amount of energy in something
what is the measurement for temperature? kelvin (k) or Celsius (c)
Created by: raanderson
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