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Midterm Review

Name the 6 steps of the scientific method. (QHEICR) Question, Hypothesis, Experiment, Interpret Data, Conclusion and Repeat
Explain the difference between inference and observation. An observation is when you use your 5 senses to determine things. An inference is something you assume due to details, clues and previous knowledge.
What is the difference between qualitative and quantitative observations? Qualitative is about characteristics and quantitative is about measurements(numbers).
Name 3 lab safety rules. No lose jewelry, wear your hair up, and don't drink the liquids used in the experiment.
What is a control group in a lab and why do you need it? A control group is a group separated from the rest of the experiment where the independent variable being tested cannot influence the results. You need it to make sure that you are testing just one variable.
What is an independent variable?
Created by: lauramody