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Sci 7A U1L3 Quiz

Scientific Inquiry Quiz

QuestionAnswer
The factors that can be changed during a scientific experiment. Variables
The variable that the scientist changes during the experiment to see how the dependent variable "responds". Manipulated Variable
The variable that stays the same throughout the experiment. Controlled Variable
The variable that changes in response to the manipulated variable being changed during the experiment. Dependent Variable
A set of rules that enable people to know right from wrong. Using __________ in an experiment means choosing to do what's right and protect others from danger. Ethics
A personal and sometimes unreasonable judgement, preference, or prejudice. Bias
A summary of what you have learned from an experiment Conclusion
A statement of what the scientist believes will be the result from his experiment. To be a________________ the statement MUST be testable. Hypothesis
Facts, figures, and other evidence gathered through observation. Data
The many different ways that scientists study the natural world Scientific Inquiry
Things that you see and/or note during a scientific experiment Observations
The measurement system created so the scientists from different countries can still share and compare their data Universal System of Measurement
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