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8th Grade Physical Science

Hypothesis Possible explanation for an observation that can be tested by scientific observations
Inference Logical explanation of an observation that is drawn from prior knowledge or experience
Constant Factor in an experiment that stays the same
Control Group Contains the same factors of the experimental group, but the independent variable is not changed
Dependent Variable Factor you observe or measure during an experiment
Experimental Group Used to study how a change in the independent variable changes the dependent variable
Independent Variable Factor that you want to test; is changed by the investigator to observe how it affects the dependent variable
Qualitative Data Words used to describe what is observed
Quantitative Data Numbers used to describe what is observed
Vairable Any factor that can have more than one value
Created by: gstubblefield