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PSSA Vocab Unit 4

TermDefinition
Fact Information that has been objectively verified.
Theory Systematically organized knowledge applicable in a wide variety of circumstances; especially, a system of assumptions accepted principles and rules of procedure devised to analyze predict or explain the nature or behavior of a specified set of phenomena
Hypothesis An assertion subject to verification or proof as a premise from which a conclusion is drawn
Law Summarizing statement of observed experimental facts that has been tested many times and is generally accepted as true
Model A description, analogy or a representation of something that helps us understand it better (e.g., a physical model, a conceptual model, a mathematical model)
Inquiry A systematic process for using knowledge and skills to acquire and apply new knowledge
Patterns Repeated processes that are exhibited in a wide variety of ways; identifiable recurrences of the element and/or the form
Regulations A rule or order issued by an executive authority or regulatory agency of a government and having the force of law.
Created by: 21stewart.sam