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TermDefinition
Testable Question A question that shows what you will be testing in an experiment.
Good Testable Question "Which paper towel holds the most mass?"
Bad Testable Question "Which paper towel should people buy?"
Variable What you change in an experiment.
How many variables can be changed One
Fair Test An experiment that has only one variable, and has repeated trials.
Repeated Trials When doing an experiment, you repeat each trial multiple times without changing things for ACCURATE results.
Hypothesis An educated guess as to the results of an experiment
Conclusion A summary of the results to an experiment, even if the data did not match your hypothesis.
Observation What you can collect data on, using your 5 sense. (What you can see, taste, smell, hear, and touch)
Inference Something you THINK because of an observation.
Created by: ccoipel