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Weight Is a measure of the pull of gravity on an object.
Mass Is the amount of matter in a object.
Measurement Describes a qauntity such as time length distance mass volume or tempature.
Experiment Is a test or trial that produces evidence you can use to help answer a question/hypothesis.
Data Collected information the results of an experiment/investigation.
Qauntitave Data Data that includes numbers (with units) measured during an experiment.
Qaulitative data Data that includes description.
Hypothesis Is an idea that can be tested by an experiment.
Dependent variable The factor (thing) that is being observed and or an experiment.
Independant variable Is the one factor (thing) that is changed during an experiment.
Controled Variable Variable that stays the same during an experiment.
Created by: andrew lopez