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Scientific Method

vocabulary cards for Scientific Method

TermDefinition
procedure describes the steps you use during an experiment
conclusion summary of your experiment and results that is written after you do the experiment
scientific method a process used by scientists to find answers to questions or solve a problem
hypothesis an educated guess
graphs these are used to communicate the results of an experiment
experiment a test done by a scientist to check their hypothesis and to collect data
problem the first step in the scientific method used to identify the problem or ask a question
error a mistake made by a scientist which leads to doing the experiment again
analyze what scientists do after the experiment to organize their data
data the information collected during an experiment
observations scientists do this, using their 5 senses, to help them make a hypothesis or to collect data during an experiment
control the part of the experiment that is not being tested and is used for comparison
independent the one variable in the experiment that is being changed
dependent the variable that is measured and is affected by the change, or the independent variable
Created by: kkoenen