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Intro to Science

Chapter 1 Stuff

The 1st Pin PPE stands for personal
indirectly smelling a chemical is called wafting
The 2nd P in PPE stands for Protective
The 1st S in PASS stands for Squeeze
The 2nd step in the 5 step scientific method Hypothesis
Graph used to show change over time Line
Observations and Experiments are used to gather info in what Academic Area Science
an explanation supported by lots of experimental data and can be revised with new info scientific theory
Group that does not receive what is being tested Control
Working together during and after an experiment Collaboration
Getting (close to) the expected result Accuracy
Getting the same (very similar) results repeatedly or the exactness of a single measurement Precision
Graph used to show percentages always equaling 100% Pie
The 2nd S in PASS stands for sweep
Also known as the responding variable dependent
a summary of many observations and experimental data scientific law
Created by: cadetjt