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Chapter 1

TermDefinition
Bias Occurs when a scientist expectations change how the results of an experiment are viewed
Constant quantity or factor that remains at the same value when other are changing
Control used as a standard of comparison in scientific experiment
Density a ratio that compares the mass of an object to its volume
Dependent Variable the responding variable in an experiment
Experiment test or procedure carried out under controlled conditions
Graph a visual representation of information that can reveal patterns in data
Hypothesis a tentative , testable statement or prediction about what has been observed .
Independent Variable variable whose value determines the value of an other variables .
Mass Measures of the amount of matter contained in a physical body
model a visual verbal and or mathematical explanation of data collected from many experiments
scientific law statement that describes what will happen in all cases under a specified set of conditions
scientific method systematic problem soling method of observing experimenting and analyzing
SI international standards of measurement adapted from the metric system
Standard exact agreed upon quantity used for comparison
Technology the practical use of scientific information
theory an explanation supported by many can be modified and is subject to new experimental data
volume measure of the space occupied by an object or system
Created by: adajahhoran