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Trevor science


measurement The process of determining the properties of an item using tools
observation Using senses to determine the characteristics of an object
opinion A personal belief or judgement based on feelings
property a trait, quality, or characteristic of an item or group
quality a trait or characteristic of an item or a group
science the study of the natural world through investigations
trait a characteristic that is unique to an item or group
unit a word that comes after a number that tells what the number is describing, usually abbreviated with one or two letters
characteristic a feature that helps to identify, tell apart, or describe; a trait; a quality of something
classify to put into groups
inference/prediction an explanation for an observation you have made based on what you already know
investigation a procedure carried out to observe or study something
Created by: Ogilvie