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Scientific Method

TermDefinition
Scientific Methods A process in which scientists use to answer questions and solve problems
Ask Questions The first step of the scientific methods, it is used to focus the experiment
Form Hypothesis The second step of the scientific methods, this is the possible explanation to the question
Test Hypothesis The third step of the scientific methods, you gather data through experimentation or observations
Analyze Results The fourth step of the scientific methods, this is when data is looked at and a graph/chart is created
Draw Conclusions The fifth step of the scientific methods, this is when a the data is used to make a final answer to the question of the experiment
Communicate Results The sixth step of the scientific methods, experiments are published and it can continued for verified by other scientists
Quantitative Observations that are measured or counted values
Qualitative Observations of physical attributes or characteristics
Observation Any use of the senses to gather information
Hypothesis A possible explanation or answer to a question
Control A group or trait in an experiment that remains the same or constant
Variable A group or trait in an experiment that changes
If _____ Then _____ Because _____ The frame that a hypothesis is usually in
Measurement An observation made with a tool
Data Any pieces of information gotten through experimentation
Created by: Tmohondro