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Inquiry Rentz


Thermometer tool used to measure temperature
Graduated Cylinders and Beakers tool used to measure the volume of liquids in mililiters
Compass tool used to measure direction
Clock and Stopwatch tool used to measure time in minutes and seconds
Eyedropper tool used to dispense small amounts of a liquid
Forceps/Tweezers tool used to pick up small objects
Magnifier (hands Lens) tool used to magnify the features of an object
Triple Beam Balance tool used to measure mass in grams and centigrams
Ruler, Meterstick, Measuring tape tool used to measure length and distance in meters, centimeters, or millimeters
Scientific Inquiry `the process by which scientist ask questions, then look for answers
Scientific question is testable and can be answered through scientific investigation and the collection of data
Observation is information you gather with your senses
Variable is any factor that can affect the outcome of a scientific investigation
Independent variable is the variable that is changed by the experimenter
Dependent variable is a factor that responds to changes in the independent variable
Hypothesis is a prediction that possible answers a scientific question
Controlled scientific investigation determines the effect of an independent variable when all other variables are controlled
Controlled variables factors that are not being tested and are kept the same
Data Information that is gathered from an experiment
Created by: ChadRentz



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