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TermDefinition
mass the amount of matter in an object
qualitative evidence that relies on the observations using the five senses
quantitative evidence that is reported in number form
system organized group of related objects that interact to complete a task
volume how much space an object takes up
weight how much gravity is pulling on an object
observation using the five senses to record information
classify sorting objects based on properties
predicting using patterns or other evidence to guess what will happen next
variable factors that affect the outcome of an experiment
interpreting come to a conclusion after analyzing information
claim to state that something is true
evidence information, facts or data supporting (or contradicting) a claim
reasoning explaining how evidence supports a claim
measuring using an instrument or device to find the size, amount, or degree of something
SI International System of Units
Celsius (C) SI unit for temperature
meter (m) SI unit for distance
second (s) SI unit for time
kilogram (kg) SI unit for mass
Newton (N) SI unit for weight
Liter (L) SI unit for volume (liquid)
property a characteristic or trait that you can use to describe something
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