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Science

Biology I-1 (Science & Traits)

TermDefinition
Inference logical conclusion based on available information
Observation using senses or tools to collect factual information
scientific theory well-supported explanation for natural events
hypothesis testable prediction about a relationship between variables
science using logic, tests and evidence to understand the world
pseudoscience knowledge presented as science but without the rigor of valid science
quantitative can be measured with numbers
qualitative descriptive and cannot be measured with numbers
Bias favoring one view over another because of preconceived ideas
Evidence analyzed data or results from an investigation
correlation an observable relationship between two factors
causation changes in one factor results in measurable changes in a second factor
Created by: strawend