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Science Unit 1

Inference A statement that explains an observation.
Science The study of the natural world.
Observation Information collected by your 5 senses.
Hypothesis An idea that can be tested with an investigation
Scientist Someone who studies the natural world.
What are the steps a scientist would follow in an experiment? Observation > Hypothesis > Experiment > Claim > Communicate
Are a type of investigation that must be a fair test. Experiment
Can be done by individuals or groups. Experiment
Must record results as data. Experiment
What do scientists use to support their claims? Evidence
What do scientists use to communicate results? Giving talks and publish articles
What would be the most likely reason two teams doing the same investigation draw different conclusion? One team used observation. The other team did an experiment to collect data.
Created by: katburgin