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Method of science

introduction to science

TermDefinition
Science process that uses investigation and observation to gain knowledge about events in nature
Scientific Method an organized set of investigation procedures used by scientists
Graph a visual display of information or data
Line Graph shows trends or how data changes over time
Bar Graph useful for comparing information collected by counting
Circle/Pie Graph/Chart used to show how a fixed quantity is broken down into parts
International System of Units(SI) standard system of measurement used worldwide
Lenght distance between two points
Volume the space an object occupies
Mass amount of matter in object
Time interval between two occurring events
Density mass per unit of volume of a material D=M/V
Created by: owlbewise13