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science term 1-12

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constants 1-1 things in an experiment that remains the same
hypothesis 1-6 what you think will happen in an experiment
controlled experiment 1-2 involves changing one factor and observing its efect on one thing while keeping all things constant
critical thinking using knowledge and thinking skills to decide if you agree with an explanation
controlled experiment an experiment where one factor is changed and has an effect on another factor
data information gathered during an experiment. usually recorded in the form of charts, tables, or graphs.
variable factors that can be changed during an experiment
dependent variable variable that changes as a result of a change in the independent variable.
independent variable variable that is changed in an experiment.
model a representation of an object
science a way of learning more about the natural world
system a collection of structure cycles and processes that relate to an interaction with one another
constants things in an experiment that remains the same
technology use of science to help people in some way
controlled experiment involves changing one factor to observe its effect on one thing while keeping all things constant
critical thinking using knowledge and thinking skills to decide if you agree with an explanation
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