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5th Scientific Inq

5th grade Scientific Inquiry Test - Vocab

Cycle Any motion or activity that repeats
Prediction An estimate or guess based on information or experience
System Things or parts that work together to get something done
Pendulum A mass hanging from a fixed point that can swing back and forth
Variable Anything you can change that affects an experiment
Controlled Experiment Keeping all variables the same except the one you are testing
Concrete, Picture and Two Coordinate Types of graphs
X Axis Horizontal - along the bottom - used for independent variable
Y Axis Vertical - goes up the left side - used for the dependent variable
Ordered Pairs The two numbers that are used to plot the data points on a two coordinate graph
Intervals The numbers on the X and Y axes.
Capacity The greatest amount of fluid a container can hold
Created by: RoperFive