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Variable anything in an experiment that you can change that might effect the outcome
Independent Variable Variable that is changed by the experimenter
Dependent Variable Variable that will change due to the independent variable changing
Constant Variable Variable that is controlled not change
Controlled Experiment When one variable is change
Standard Basic procedure used in a controlled experiment, before changing any variables
Capacity Greatest amount of fluid a container will hold
Density amount of matter that will fit in a given space
Archimedes Used displaced waterto reveal characteristics
Galileo First to propose that pendulums could keep track of time
Wright Brothers Invented and flew the first plane
Bessie Coleman First black woman to get her pilots license
Chuck Yeager first pilot to break a sound barrier
List the steps of the scientific method 1.Ask a question 2.Form a hypothesis 3.Design experiment 4.Analyze results 5.Draw conclusion
What variables were tested in the pendulum system Length of string, drop height, mass of pendulum bob
What is the relationship between the length of string and the number of cycles a pendulum makes The longer the string the less swings
What variables affect how many pass. can fit in a boat in the boat experiment Capacity of boat, condition of water, and placement of pennies
what is the relationship between the capacity of the boat and the # to sink a boat Greater capacity the greater the pennies
What is the relationship between the mass of the plane and the distance it can fly The more mass the less distance
Explain what determinds weather an object will sink or flat
Created by: Livybivy03