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Unit 1 Vocabulary

Physical Science Study of matter and energy, chemistry, and physics.
Scientific Method Series of steps to answer a question or solve a problems.
Hypothesis An educated guess.
Variable Something that is different or can be changed in an experiment.
Mass The amount of matter.
Volume The amount of space.
SI Units Measurement standards that all scientists use for uniformly and equal measure.
Responsibility A duty or task that you are required or expected to do.
Precision How close together measurements are to each other.
Matter Takes up space and that has mass.
Density Mass compared to volume.
Accuracy How close a measurement is to what it should be or what is accepted.
Meter Standard metric measurement for length.
Liter Standard metric measurement for width.
Created by: Cameron_Roberts