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Science Vocab 1

Bias When a scientist expect a change
Constant a variable that does not change
Control standard used for comparison of test results in an experiment
Density mass per unit volume of a material
Dependent Variable factor that changes as a result of changes in the other variables
Experiment organized procedure for testing a hypothesis
Graph visual display of info. or data
Hypothesis educated guess
Independent Variable factor that as it changes affects the measure of another variable
Mass amount of matter in an object
Model can be used to represent an idea, object, or event
Scientific Law statement about what happens in nature that seems to be true all the time
Scientific Method organized set of data procedures
SI International System of units
Standard exact agreed-upon quantity use for comparison
Technology application of science that helps people
Theory explanation of things or events that is based upon knowledge gained from many observations and invesigations
Variable factor that can cause a change in the results of an experiment
Volume amount of space occupied by an object
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