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Scientific Method 5

5 step scientific method

Conclusion (5) A summary that states if your hypothesis was supported or not supported along with the data that was collected.
Controlled Variable Variable in an experiment that a scientist purposely keeps the same.
Data (4) Facts, figures, and other evidence gathered through observations.
Dependaet Variable The variable that is measured in the experiment.
Experiment (3) A set of controlled observations that test the hypothesis
Hypothesis (2) A scientific explanation for a set of observations that can be tested. It is usually an "If... then" statement.
Independant Variable The variable that is being changed; the variable whose effect us being studied.
Inference An interpretation of an observation that is not a fact.
Obervation Information obtained through the senses or a scientific instrument. It is a fact.
Question (1) A statement that requires an answer.
Variable A factor that can change in an experiment.
Created by: ashaz2002