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Science Vocab. Words

My Vocab from Unit 1 Chapter 1

Physical Science The study of matter and energy
Scientific Method A series of steps scientists use to answer questions and solve problems
Technology The application of knowledge, tools, and materials to solve problems and accomplish tasks
Hypothesis A possible explanation or answer to a question
Data Any pieces of information acquired through experimentation
Theory A unifying explanation for a broad range of hypothesis and observations that have been supported by testing
Law A summary of many experimental results and observation
Model A representation of an object of system
Meters The basic SI unit of length
Volume the amount of space that something occupies
Mass The amount of matter that something is made of
Temperature a measure of how hot or cold something is
Density Mass per unit volume
Created by: IanDude35