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Scientific Method

A Stack using 13 vocabulary terms all on the topic of the Scientific Method.

Scientific Method An organized set of steps that is used to solve a problem
Focus Question The purpose or reason to do an investigation
Hypothesis An If-Then statement that makes a prediction to solve a problem
Materials A list of items needed for an experiment
Procedure Step by step instructions
Independent Variable A factor in an experiment that is being changed
Dependent Variable A factor in an experiment that is being discovered.
Constant A factor(s) in an experiment that do not change
Data Information gathered that will be measured or tested in an experiment.
Claim A true statement made about an investigation
Evidence Facts given to support a truth/claim.
Conslusion An explination given to prove a hypothesis true or false.
Reflection Thinking and examining your thoughts
Created by: LambIsVictorious