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scientific inquiry

observations there are two types
qualitative five senses
quantitative uses numbers
hypothesis uses if then because
independent veritable this is one verifiable you change
dependent veritable it is what is measured
consent verifiable you don't change
control the one thing you don't change in a experiment
seconds measure time
meter measure length
kilagram measure mass
data table use to organize data
scatter plot shows trends
bar graph use to compare quantities
line graph difference between continuous data
averages add and then divide by how many you added
graduated cylinder measures volume
thermometer measures temperature
triple beam balance measures mass
meter stick measures length
scientific method a procedure used by scientist to solve a problem
conclusion evidence from an experiment used to see if your hypothesis is correct
items on a graph
Created by: s36496