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Science and Design

Myers' Science Class Ch. 1-2

design process ask it, research it, plan it, create it, try it, regesign it, share it
prototype the first working product that uses a design
graduated cylinder tool used for measuring liquids measured in mL
balance tool used for comparing mass of 2 objects
scientist person who asks questions about the natural world
tool object used to do work
research to look for facts about something
wheel and axle a round object attached to a post
inclined plane a slanting surface that connects a lower level to a higher level
model a copy of something
investigate to look for answers
pulley a machine that can change the direction or amount of force needed to move an object
screw an inclined plane wrapped around a center post
wedge 2 slanted sides that end in a sharp point
lever a simple machine to lift and move things by using a stiff bar that rests on a support
inquiry process of asking questions
technology use of science knowledge to invent tools and new ways of doing things
work the use of force to move an object across a distance
Created by: gailmyers