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hypothesis what you think will happen during an invesigation
observation something you find out with your five senses
experiment scientific method test hypothesis
variable something that can change in a test
control group group that gets the not as good treatment
procedures step-by-step instruction complete a task
data information from a conclusion drawn or prediction can be made
presision ability to constantly repeat
accuracy almost spot on super close
infrence conclusion based on observation
evidence observation make you believe something is true
independent variable one that you can control
dependent variable changes when independent variable changes. It is what gets measured. It gives you new data to reach conclusion
model objects or ideas that represent other things
survey questions that are answer by people. Great for opinion questions.
sampling examining random people from the population
experimental group the group that gets the special treatment
Created by: mitchell-price