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Analysis after an experimental results,you are making connections and the idea or the question being investigated.
Conclusion the end result of an experiment or the thing you do last in the scientific method.
Data Information gathered from an experiment.
Dependent variable the object being measured in an experiment (the effect).
Evidence observations or data to support a statement, hypothesis, or point of view.
Hypothesis a theory/guess, before you do an experiment; used to explain a set of facts.
Independent variable the thing controlled in an experiment;the one thing that is changed in an experiment (the cause).
Observation any description or measurement gathered by the senses.
Scientific method a set of steps when conducting an experiment.
Theory an explanation that is supported by a large body of evidence.
Variable the only factor of an experiment, that is different from the control group.
Created by: aross29