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Observation Using one of your senses to gather information.
Inference Making a guess of what is happening based on your observation.
Prediction A logical guess based on observations and inferences of what will happen in the future.
Classifying Grouping things together based on similarities.
Making Models Building a representation of complex objects or process.
Independent Variable The variable that is being changed on purpose. There should only be on IV. Example, how much water do the plants get?
Dependent Variables Is the result. Example, how tall did the plant get?
Controlled Variables Or constants-the variables that are not allowed to change. There may be many CV.
Hypothesis A suggested solution to the problem. It must be testable and be written as if... then...because. It predicts an outcome.
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