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SciGen unit 6.3

scigen 6.3

Claim Noun-a statement that needs to be supported by evidence. Verb- to state something that needs proof
Evidence Noun- facts or proof that something is true
Plausible adjective- believable, likely to be true.
Result noun- something that happens because it was caused by something else . Verb- to happen to something else
Pattern Noun- something that happens repeatedly in the same way In science a Pattern is when you get the results that follow the same rule each time you do a test
interpret Verb- to draw a conclusion based on what you see, In science, we interpret the results or data.
Model Noun- In science a representation of how something works Verb - to create a representation of how something works.
system Noun- A group of things working together
Represent Verb- to show or stand for a thing or idea in a way that can be understood by most people
SImulate Verb- to do something that looks like or feels like the real thing, but isn't the real thing.
Diagram Noun- a drawing or plan that shows exactly where something is, what something is, what something looks like, or how something works
Relationship Noun- The connection between two or more things
Compare Verb- examine two or more things to tell how the same and how they are different
Contrast verb- to compare two or more things, focusing only on the differences Noun-the difference between two or more things
substance Noun- a physical material that you can see and touch, like a powder or gel
Inference Noun- A conclusion based on invidence
Qualitative Adjective- describes observation that do not have numbers for example : Size, color, shape
Quantitative Adjective- Describes observations that use numbers ; For example : weight, time, height, weight, volume
Created by: 23gmann



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