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Scientific Method


What are common processes that scientists use questioning experimentation field studies long -term observations surveys sharing their findings literature
What word describes science loopy
what are the two types of expirements investigate relationships or effect determine specific value
what type of experiment needs a hypothesis investigate relationships or effect
what type of experiment needs a number determine specific value
what is the independent variable controlled by you
what is the dependent variable you measure or observe
what are constant things that stay the same
predication just predicts
hypothesis attempts to explain why you made that prediction
what is precise mean consistent
what does accurate mean consistent and correct
what is a theory describes why something occurred
what is a law describes what happened
can a theory become a law no
qualitative observation description
quantitative measurments
clear see through
cloudy parts are see through
opaque cant be seen at all
gathering background infomation you put information together to solve your problem or answer your questions
what will background information contain definitions, relationships, equations
what do you need to have in your lab hypotheisis procedure material list safety concerns conclusion communicate with others
conclusion should have restate the purpose hypothesis- supported or not suggest possible error
Created by: hannahlegner