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Scientific Method

What are the steps of the scientific method? (lab use)

What are the steps of the scientific method? (in order) Question, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Interpret, Conclusion
What does alka seltzer dissolve faster in, water or soda? why? Water because the carbonation of soda lowers the rate of dissolving.
Harry wants to know if red gummy bears are dropped in water vs colored water will it change the size of the bear after 28 hours? What is the control group? the water
control group the unchanged group
independent variable the changed variable
dependent variable the variable being tested
constant what stays the same
2 plants are planted, one being watered with 50mL the other with only 8mL. The first one is under 2 regular lightbulbs, the other under LED ones. What is wrong with this experiment? ~ how do you fix it? There are 2 independent variables ~ Either change the water levels to be the same or make both bulbs LED/regular.
Created by: amuhlstock