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Chapter 1 Vocab

Vocab Words

Hypothisis Something You Find Out About Object Events or Living Things
Observation Is a Statement Of What You Think Will Happen During an Investigation
Expieriment The use of scientific methods to test your hypothesis
Model Objects or ideas that represent otherthings
Sampling Examining random individuals from apopulation
Varible Something that can change in a test
Independent Varible The variable you can control or change
Dependent Varible It is what is measured. Changes when the independent variable changes.
Control Group The group that doesn't receive the special treatment
Experimentel Group The group that gets the special treatment
Survey Questions that are answered by people. Great for opinion questions
Procedures step‐by‐step instructions forcompleting a task
Data Information from which a conclusion can be made
Presicion Consistently repeating a measurement
Accurucy A measurement that is as close to theactual measurement as possible
Infrence A conclusion based on observations
Evidence Observations that make you believe something is true.
Created by: austin-gerald