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vocabulary terms

science

TermDefinition
Conclusion The results of an experiment based on the data that is gathered; the summary
Communications Sharing ideas through writing, speaking, or making graphics.
Scientific Theory A well-tested explanation for a wide range of observations.
Qualitative Observations that are described with words or language
Responding The variable that changes as a result of what the experimenter does; also called the dependent variable
Constants Variables that could change but we don't allow them to change
Variables Parts of an experiment that change
Manipulated The variable that the scientist changes; also called the independent variable
Control The level of the independent variable to which all the results are compared
Quantitative Observations that are described with numbers and units
Created by: neicy