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Scientific Method

Conclusion a statement that tells what an investigation showed, based on observations and data
Data the pieces of information collected in an investigation
Experiment a scientific investigation that tests a hypothesis
Observation the act of watching, perceiving or noticing
Variable anything that can change in an experiment
Theory an idea that explains many observations about the natural world and predicts other observations
Hypothesis an idea that can be tested by an experiment or an observation
Process an event that happens step by step
Model a representation of a real thing or event-smaller, larger, or the same size as what they represent
Inferring making a reasonable conclusion from observations and experiences
Results communicating data by making a graph or chart
measuring comparing something to a standard
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