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Science The study of the natural world
Observing Using one or more senses to gather information
Inferring Making an educated guess on what you already know
Predicting Making a forecast of what will happen
Chemistry Study of properties and matter and how to change
Physics Study of matter ,energy, and motion
Scientific Inquiry The different ways scientists study the world
Hypothesis A possible answer to a scientific question
Parameter A factor that can be measured
Manipulated Variable Changes other things
Responding Variable Is expected to change
Controlled Expirement An experiment where only one parameter is manipulated
Data Facts, figures,graphs,charts,etc.
Communicating Sharing ideas and conclusions
Model Picture, diagram, images
Scientific Theory A well tested explanation for a wide range of observations
Scientific Law A statement that describes what scientisrs expect to happen
SI System of units
Weight The force of gravity on you
Mass The amount of matter in an object
Estimate An approximation/guess
Accuracy How close a measurement is to close
Reproducibility How close 2 measurements are
Significant figures All of the digits measured exactly
Precision How exact a measurement is
Graph Picture of data
Horizontal Axis X axis
Vertical Axis Y axis
Origin X:0 Y:0
Coordinate A specific pair of numbers used to determine location on a graph
Data point Point of intersection
Line of best fit Straight line that reflects a trend/patter in the graph
Linear graph When the graph has a straight line
Slope Steepness of the graph
Nonlinear graph When the data does not fall in a straight line
Created by: Miguelbruh