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T#1 Inq Meth

This stack includes both terms/defs AND "target practice" with images.

inquiry the way you study the natural world and explain what you see based on evidence
observation information collected using the five senses, sometimes with the help of tools
inference what you think based on observations
mystery box a problem solved by using indirect observations to make inferences
argument the process of making a claim supported by evidence and reasoning
claim what you think
evidence how you know what you think is true
reasoning how/why your evidence supports your claim
magnet an object that attracts to ferrous metals and that attracts and repels other magnets
ferrous metal a substance that will attract to a magnet but not to itself
magnetic attraction (attract) when two objects are drawn together by magnetic fields
magnetic repulsion (repel) when two objects are pushed apart by magnetic fields
Created by: wholt