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Hypothesis An educated guess
Bias A diagonal line of direction
Control To exercise restraint, or direction over
Constant Not changing or varying
ScientificMethod A method of research in which a problem is identified
Independent Variable A variable in functional relation
Dependent Variable Is the observed result manipulating
Data A plural of datum
Conclusion The end or close, final part
Evidence That will bring proof or disapprove of something
Experiment A test or tentative procedure
Model A standard or example for imitation or comparison
Observation An act or instance of noticing or perceiving
Inference The process of deriving the strict logical
Speed the motion traveled through sound
average speed the total distance traveled by the time elapsed.
acceleration equals the change in velocity divide by the time.
Displacement the distance between starting and ending points and the direction you travel.
Instanteous speed the speed of an object at one at a time.
Mass amount of matter in an object.
Inertia tendency of an object.
Law of conversation states that the total nomentum.
Momentum a measure of how difficult it is to stop moving.
velocity speed and direction of an object.
Created by: MiguelReyes21