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SI used to expand a experiment
weight force of gravity
mass amount of matter
volume amount of space an object takes up
meniscus to determine the volume
estimate to calculate or judge the value
accuracy to reach the target
reproducibility a experiment to test it
significant figures the digits of a number to express it
precision the act of being accurate
Graph the look at the data
horizontal axis which way the line is going
vertical axis the axis going vertical lines in different lines
origin it begins somewhere but is diverting
coordinate bring different elements
data point an identifiable element in a data set
line best fit a best fit for a certain line
linear-graph When you find pairs of values that make the linear equation true and plot those pairs on a coordinate grid, all of the points for any one equation lie on the same line. Linear equations graph as straight lines.
slope when a level is higher than a other
non-linear graph when the line is not straight but is a curve
length the length of something to measure could be a ruler
Created by: Eric gomez