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Process Skills


Constants The thing kept is kept the same in an experiment, the way to make it fair trials.
Independent Vairable The thing changed by the person conducting the experiment
Dependent Vairable The data that changes from you trials
Graph The thing made by scientists use to communicate their results
Qualitative Observations Observations that are a quality
Quantitative Observations Observations dealing with counting, measurement, or numbers
Inference Something that you assume that will happen
Question The first step in Scientific Inquiry
Purpose The reason for doing the experiment
Hypothesis What you think will happen in you experiment
Experiment The step after Hypothesis
Analyze What we do to the data found in our experiment
Data What we learn from our experiment
Conclusion What we do to tell if our hypothesis correct or incorrect, and tell why.
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