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environmental earth

Lithosphere Crust, and upper mantle
hydrosphere liquid water layer
atmosphere layer of air
biosphere area where life exists
outerspace anything above the atmosphere
Hypothesis a possible explanation to a problem
what is the scientific method? a series of steps to solve a problem
what is the 1st step of the scientific method? pose a question
what is the 2nd step of the scientific method? reseasrch
3rd step in the scientific method? hypothesis
what is the 4th step in the scientific method? experiment: test the hypothesis
Variable A factor that can be changed
Independent variable factor the experiment is changing
Dependent variable The result of the independent variable
Control a set up w/ no changes
what is the 5th step in the scientific method? Data- ex; measurments Observations- anything you notice w/ your senses
What are 3 ways to find volume? l*w*h, water displacement, & pour liquid into a graduated cylinder and look at eye level
how do you find the mass of a liquid? Measure the mass of the container,then find the mass with the liquid and subtract the difference
what is density? Amount of matter in a volume
How many cm are in 1 in? 2.5 cm
How many Liters are in 1 qt? .96 l
how many lbs are in 1 kg? 2.2 lbs
king henry drinks basically delicious chocolate milk kilo, hecto, deca, base, deci, centi, milli
will objecta with the same size, shape, or mass have the same or different density? no
same volume of different liquids will have... different densities
Created by: softball1997