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chapter one

hypothesis a statement of what might happen
observation a statement made using your senses
experiment a test to confirm or disprove a hypothesis
variable a factor that can be changed or can stay the same
control group the group that doesn't receive the special; treatment
procedures step-by-step instructions given
data information recorded from an experiment
precision the ability to use a tool accurately more than one time
evidence the proof of a statement
inference a statement that can be drawn from observations
accuracy to be able to get a measurement that is as close as possible to the actual.
model a computer, small, or large scale duplicate
survey a conduction in witch people are asked
sample examining a random person in a population
independent variable The variable that is changed by the scientists; the "I control variable.
dependent variable changes when the independent variable changes (what is being measured)
experimental group the group that revives the special treatment
Created by: nathaniel-pope