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Scientific Method

Bias A slanted view or 1 sided.
Constant Variable that stays the same during an experiment.
Data Information gathered during experiment, usually found in tables or charts.
Evidence Helps prove if something is true or false.
Hypothesis Prediction or statement that can be tested and may be formed by prior knowledge, any previous observations, and new information.
Inference The process of reasoning.
Observant The act of noticing of perceiving.
Conclusion End or answer to the problem you are trying to solve.
Control Sample that is treated like other experimental groups except that the independent variable is not applied to it.
Dependent Variable Factor that is being measured during an experiment.
Experiment How you test your hypothesis.
Independent Variable Variable that can be change during an experiment.
Model Represents something that is too big,too small,too dangerous, too time consuming, or too expensive to observe directly.
Scientific Method Ways to solve problems that can include
Created by: mgroelsma