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Scientific Method

Scientific Method and Lab Tools

QuestionAnswer
the amount of space an object fills. Volume
the formula used to calculate the volume of regular items. LxWxH
units used for volume milliliters or cubic centimeters
used to calculate the volume of irregular objects. Archimedes Principle
measure of how closely the matter is compacted together. Density
the formula used to calculate density M/V
units used for density g/ml or g/cubic centimeters
used when there is an actual emergency Emergency Safety Equipment
used to help prevent an emergency from happening. Preventative Safety Equipment
The way scientists use experiments to answer questions. Scientific Method
measures mass in grams Triple Beam Balance
measures volume of liquid in milliliters Graduated Cylinder
worn to protect eyes Goggles
container to store, mix or heat liquids Beaker
used to record observations and notes Journal
something that you can measure. How, Where, When, Why? Question
Collect information from books, magazines, internet, anywhere with reliable information Research
An educated guess supported by your research Hypothesis
Can only change 1 thing, record data, need to repeat at least 3 times. Experiment
Use graphs, charts, tables to show your data and any patterns, Include units, labels and titles Analyze
Was your hypothesis right or not? Conclusion
Created by: ADeschensky