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Scientific Inquiry 2

Data collection

triple beam balance "old school" tool used to measure mass of an object
electric balance "new school" tool used to measure mass of an object
thermometer tool for measuring and indicating temperature
grams unit of measurement for mass
fahrenheit/celcius unit of measurement for temperature
ruler tool for measuring length
meter unit of measurement for length
graduated cylinder tool used to measure volume
liter unit of measurement for volume
accuracy how close a measurement is to the true or accepted value
precision how close a group of measurements are to each other
estimate an approximation of a number based on a reasonable assumption
experimental error difference between a measurement and the true value, or between two measured values
percent error way to determine how accurate an experimental value is
line graph shows how numbers have changed over time
bar graph shows numbers that are independent of each other
scatter plot shows how much one variable is affected by another
correlation relationship between two variables
pie chart shows how a whole is divided into different parts
observational study conducting research without manipulating anything
Created by: kmsew