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Science Vocab

Earth Science Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Observation Information received from one or more of the 5 senses
Inference The process of using observation and background knowledge to determine a conclusion that makes sense.
Scientific Notation A way of expressing real numbers that are too large or too small. Conveniently expressed in decimal form.
Density A measure of volume. Mass/Volume=
Volume The amount of space an object takes up.
Mass The amount of matter in an object.
Buoyancy Tendency of any object to float in any liquid.
Direct Relationship When one variable increases, so does the other.
Indirect relationship When one variable increases, the other decreases
Cyclic Relationship Repeats itself overtime
Equilibrium The line on a graph comes back to the same place
Rate of Change Change in value over time.