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Ms.Davis Sci Method

Vocab of Scientific Method

Scientific Method A process scientists use to solve a problem.
analyze to organize and examine data using narratives, charts, graphs, or tables.
bias a flaw in the experiment or data analysis that leads to incorrect results
compare to examine and notice the similarities or differences.
conclusion the last part of an experiment where the findings (results) are summarized.
data a group of measurements, facts, or statistics recorded about an experiment.
qualitative data observations recorded which do not contain numbers (color, size, shape, etc.).
quantitative data observations recorded which contain numbers (measurements, amounts, etc.).
examine to look closely at something or someone.
experiment the steps used to test a hypothesis.
formulate to form an idea about the what will occur (hypothesis) or what has happened in an experiment (conclusion).
hypothesis an idea about the solution to a problem that can be tested or investigated.
identify to name or recognize a person, place, or thing.
infer to make an interpretation or conclusion based on reasoning to explain an observation.
measure to assign numbers to an observation such as length, mass, or volume.
observe to use the senses to gather information about an object or event.
predict a forecast of future events based on previous observations and experiments.
procedure a set of steps to follow to perform a specific task.
record to create an account of information for later use.
research the method of collecting information and data about a topic.
Created by: Ms. Davis