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Scientific Method

QuestionAnswer
variable anything in an experiment that changes
control what you compare results to
problem written in a question form
data collected to make results reliable
research use books and the internet to gather information
graphs one way to communicate results
errors something that went wrong
conclusion statement about if hypothesis was correct and errors that may have been made
metric system used so all scientists can communicate across the world
procedure listing and numbering steps to it can be repeated
independent variable variable that is changed
dependent variable variable that is measured
constant stays the same
qualitative personal opinions
quantitative can be measured, uses numbers
observation uses you senses
inferences conclusion based on observations
Created by: jmeager