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Week 14

Controlled variable The variables that do not change throughout the investigation
Independent Variable The variable the scientist changes in the investigation
Dependent Variable The variable you measure
Air Resistance The force that acts in the opposite direction to an object moving through the air
Soil The upper layer of Earth consisting of a mixture of organic remains, rocks, and clay particles
Gravel Smaller stones, pebbles of rock, no water stays, no nutrients
Spring Scale Measures the amount of force being used to pull an object
Bunsen Burner Uses a flame to heat objects
Dispose To get rid of
Procedure Steps followed during an experiment
Buoyancy Able to float because of its shape
Fuse A safety device consisting of a strip of wire that melts and breaks an electric circuit if the current exceeds a safe travel
Created by: ghscience