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Pearson Ch. 1

The Nature of Science

QuestionAnswer
statement of what you think will happen during an investigation hypothesis
something you find out about objects, events, or living things using your senses observation
the use of scientific methods to test a hypothesis experiment
something that can change in a test variable
a standard against which change is measured control group
step-by-step instructions for completing a task procedures
information from which a conclusion can be drawn or a prediction can be made data
the ability to consistently repeat a measurement precision
ability to make a measurement that is as close to the actual value as possible accuracy
a conclusion based on observations inference
observations that make you believe something is true evidence
Created by: Mrs. Mason