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chapter 1

hypothesis a statement of what you think
experiment to test your hypothesis
variable something that can change in a test
control group the group that doesn't get the special treatment
procedures step by step instructions for completing a task
data information from which a conclution can draw or prediction can be made
precision an ability to repeat a measurment
accuracy the ability to make a measurment that is as close to theacual value
inference a conclution based on an obsevation
evidence observations that make you believe that some thing is true
technology the knowledge processes and products that have solve problems and make work easier
microchip a small piece of a computer that contains microscopic or tiny circuits
prosthetic limb an artificial arm and or leg or foot that replaces a missing one.
modle an object or idea s that represent
servay servays are questions that are anwerd my people. great for option questions
sampling examining random individuals from a population
dependent variable itwhat gets measured it gives you data
interdependent variable is one that you can control
experimental group the group that gets special treatment
Created by: brayden-priami