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Science

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What is a scientific law a statement that describes a commonly occurring natural event
what is a scientific theory it is a proposed explanation of something that happens in nature it can be used to predict further events of the same kind
how do we learn in science we observe, ask questions, propose answers, test proposed answers and share our results with others
what is scientific method it is a systematic way of finding out more about the world
experiment a scientific way to tst out a theory
hypothesis a careful prediction that can be tested about how and investigation or experiment will turn out
observation a careful way of taking notes of someone or something using our 5 senses
data info or facts
outcome the result of something
procedure the way of doing something involving a numbered series of steps
variables conditions that affect the outcome of an experiment
analysis making sense of the data by looking for patterns and relationships to explain results
conclusion the ending result based on the facts you have
fair test a investigation in which all variables are controlled except the one that's being tested
testable question how scientists begin an investigation.
Created by: maddy._.ranelli