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Investigations

Investigations (Unit 1)

TermDefinition
Classify to arrange into groups based on ways things or people are alike
Physical Property size, shape, color, density, magnetism, solubility, mass, and texture
System a group of related natural objects or forces
Analyze to study or examine something carefully
Conserve to preserve or protect resources
Scientific Investigation using the scientific method to answer a question
Model a three-dimensional representation of something
Control the experimental setup that stays the same
Variable the part of an experiment that changes
Evidence proof that supports or does not support a hypothesis
Balance tool that measures mass
Spring Scale tool that measures force
Sieve separates large particles from very fine particles; could also be a screen
Thermometer tool that measures temperature
Meter Stick tool that measures distance
Graduated Cylinder tool that accurately measures small amounts of liquid
Beaker tool that measures large amounts of liquid
Hypothesis an educated guess
Scientific Method ask a question, form a hypothesis, test hypothesis, analyze results, form conclusions
Accurate how close a result is to the true value
Created by: whardcastle