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Sci Unit 1 Test

Science Grade 5 Unit 1 Test

An investigation in which all conditions are controlled is a(n) __________. experiment
Jane wants to measure the mass of a rock. The tool she should use is a(n) __________. balance
Any condition in an experiment that can be changed is a(n) __________. variable
The information that scientists gather during an investigation is called __________. evidence
The setup or condition to which you compare all the others in an experiment is the __________. control
Jaime wants to find out how much force it takes to pull a toy car up a ramp. The tool he should use is a(n) __________ __________. spring scale
Students look out the window for 5 minutes. In their notebooks, they record the number, type, and color of the vehicles that pass. What are students doing? observing
Created by: kstandridge