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Scientific Method

Constant The variable that stays the same during an experiemnt
Control Sample that is treated like the other experimental groups exempt the indecent variable is not applied to it.
Dependent Variable The factor that is bring measured during an experiment.
Independent variable A variable that can be changed during an experiment
Hypothesis A predication or statement that can tested and may be formed by prior knowledge, any previous observations, and new information
Model Represents something that is too big, to small, too dangerous, too time consuming, or too expensive to observe directly
Scientific method A way to solve problems that include step-by-step plans, making models, and carefully thought-out experiments.
Bias A slanted view or 1 sided .
Evidence Helps prove something is true .
Observation The act of noticing or perceiving .
Experiment How you test your hythopethsus .
Conclusion End or answer to the problem you are.
Inference The process of reasoning
Data Information gathered during the experiment, usually found in tables or charts.
Created by: jrosas