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inferences – a reasonable conclusion form observations and previous knowledge.
qualitative observation – information gathered by using your five senses which describe in words objects, materials, or living things.
observations – information gathered about the world using your five senses and measurement tools.
quantitative observation – information gathered by using measurement tools that describe in numbers objects, materials, or living things.
measuring – making quantitative observations about properties such as distance, length, width, volume, mass, size, or temperature.
extrapolate – to use values already known to predict values not yet known.
direct measurement – a measurement or quantitative observation) taken using measurement tools (e.g. measuring the length of a box using a ruler.
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