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Purpose What we call the reason for doing an experiment.
Analyse When we study our collected data.
Conclusion What we call the final statement of the scientific inquiry.
Constants What we call the things in an experiment that we do the same with all of our trials.
Quantitative When we measure or count to gather information.
Measurement What we call a repeatable observation of a quantity that includes a number and a unit.
Estimate What we call a reasonable guess at a quantity based on an observation.
Precision This refers to how detailed or exact a measurement.
Accuracy This refers to the correctness of a measurement.
SI System Science all over the world have agreed to use the SI System of measurement in their work.
Length Length is the distance between two points.
Tempeture Temperature is a measure of how hot or cold something is.
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