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Scientific processes

Variable/s factors that can be changed or kept the same.
Independent variable the variable in an experiment that the scientist changes on purpose. Written in the first part of the hypothesis after the “If___
Dependent variable/s - the variable in an experiment that the scientist measures. It responds to the independent variable.
Controlled experiment -an experiment that has only one independent variable.
Hypothesis- a testable prediction or answer to the scientific question. It is always a statement that tells the independent and dependent variables.
Constant variables variables in an experiment that are kept the same to make the results valid.
Experiment a test of the hypothesis, seeing if two variables have a cause and effect relationship.
Scientific claim- A statement or conclusion that answers the original question/problem. It is supported by data.
Experimental group group or sample that receives the treatment of the independent variable
Conclusion tells whether the data does or does not support the hypothesis.
Identify to name
Explain make (an idea, situation, or problem) clear to someone by describing it in more detail or revealing relevant facts or ideas.
Describe give an account in words of (someone or something), including all the relevant characteristics, qualities, or events.
Analyze to understand by breaking down something that is complex into its parts or elements.
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