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Scientific Method

Constants The factors that are kept the same in an experiment.
Control A factor that is used for comparison during the experiment.
Manipulated Variable/Independent Variable The variable that the experimenter decides to change to see if there is or is not an effect.
Responding Variable/Dependent Variable The variable to the experiment that responds to the change.
Ask a Question The "TQ" (or the objective of the day) you are trying to solve.
Gather Data Use your prior knowledge or resource to make a list of "I Know" statements that relate to your problem.
Hypothesis Use your prediction to help you make a logical prediction about your "TQ." Written as an "If....then...." statement
Experiment It's time to conduct a test! List your materials, the procedure, your manipulated variable (only ONE!), and observations. Remember, observations could be pictures, charts, graphs, or diagrams.
Conclusion This section answers your original "TQ". It is your chance to show your teacher that you have a firm understanding of the science experiment. Use science vocabulary to support your answer.
Created by: jhulshoff