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Process Skills


Hypothesis An educated guess
Observations Scientists make these using their 5 senses to help them make a hypothesis or collect data during an experiment.
Question The step of the scientific method to define or identify the problem
Conclusion After an experiment, scientists write this to summarize their results
Analyze When we study our collected data, it is called this
Dependent Variable This variable id the part of the experiment that changes; it is the results
Scientific Method This is used by scientists to find answers or solve a problem
Data The information collected during an experiment
Error A mistake scientists make
Independent Variable The part of an experiment that changes
Experiment What scientists do to prove a hypothesis
Qualitative Observation Describes color,shape,size,or texture of an object
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