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Science note book

physical science

Physical science is the study of matter and energy
Scientific method is a series of steps that scientists use to answer questions and solve problems
Technology is the applications of knowldge,tools and materials to solve problems and accomplish tasks
Observation is any use of senses to gather informtion
Hypothesis is a possible explantion or answer to a question
Data are any pieces of information acquired through experimentation
Theory is a unifying explanation for abroad range of hypotheses and observations that have been supported by testing
Law is a summary of many experimental results and observations
Model is a representation an object or system
Meter the basic SI unit of lentgh
Volume is the amount of space that somethingoccupies
Mass is the amount of matter
Temperature is a measure of how hot (or cold) something is
Area is a measure of how much surface an object has
Density is mass per unit volume
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