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Lab Notes Notes

Monday's notes on how the lab notes work...

What is the title of the lab? Whatever the lab is about
What is the problem of the lab? A difficulty that must be solved
What is research? using a book, teacher, class notes, other adults, research is locating info that will help you to answer the problems to this lab.
What is a hypothesis? an educated guess based on info that you have
What is the control? a list of variables that will be kept the same
What is an independent variable? a variable that you can change
What is an dependent variable? what will be measured on how to do the lab, something that relies on something else.
What is the procedure? step by step directions on how to do the lab
What is data? Info that will be collected during the experiment
What is a conclusion? a paragraph/summary using: CLAIM: hypothesis was or was not supported and what happened in your experiment EVIDENCE: specific data from experiment that supports what happened in your experiment
conclusion con't INTERPRETION: example of how this topic relates to something in your life OR identify a new problem you could investigate
Created by: evilauthor