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Chapter 2

QuestionAnswer
which of the following observations is quanative the liquid boils at 100 degrees celcious
quanative observations are used using numerical information
qualative observations are recorded using non numerical information
a testable statement used for making predictions and carrying out futher experiments is a hypothesis
standards are chosen because they are reproduceable in another labritory
a change in the force of earths gravitiy on an object will efect its weight
to determine density the quanities that must be measured are volume and mass
in division and multiplication the answer must not have more significant figures than the number in calculation with fewest signnificant figures
the graph of an inverse proportion is a hyperbola
qritten in scientific notation the measurement 0.000065 cm is 6.5 x 10 negative 5th
Created by: Frankie17