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Science Vocabulary

Existing independent of any other cause absolute
Freedom from mistake, exactness accuracy
Acting against or in an opposite direction. adverse
Similar or comparable in certain respects. analogous
To study the relationship of the parts of something by analysis. analyze
Ability to put to practical use; having something to do with the matter at hand. a use for something. application
Nearly; an estimate or figure that is almost exact. almost. approximately
A reason for or against something. A quarrel. argument
Something accepted to be true. A guess assumption
To understand fully. comprehend
The ratio of the amount of solute to the amount of solvent, or solution. concentration
A final decision based on facts, experience, or reasoning. conclusion
To make sure of the truth of something. confirm
Something produced by a cause of condition. An effect or outcome. consequence
In agreement; firm; changeless. consistent
Remaining steady and unchanged. constant
A statement in opposition to another. contradiction
Experimental group in which condition are controlled. control group
One in which the condition suspected to cause an effect is compared to one without the suspected condition. controlled experiment
A factor in an experiment that remains constant. controlled variable
A close connection between two ideas or sets of data. correlation
A finding of fault; disapproval. criticism
Most nearly complete or accurate. definitive
To explain by use of examples or experiments demonstrate
A state of being controlled by something else. dependence
Created by: dheit16