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Ch.1 vocab 1-6

Vocabulary

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An orderly method for gaining, organizing, and applying new knowledge scientific method
A close agreement by competent observers of a series of observations of the same phenomena fact
an educated guess; a reasonable explanation of an observation or experimental result that is not fully accepted as factual until tested over and over again by experiment hypothesis
a general hypothesis or statement about the relationship of natural quantities that has been tested over and over again and has not been contradicted ; also known as a principle. law
a general hypothesis or statement about the relationship of natural quantities that has been tested over and over again and has not been contradicted ; also know as law principle
a synthesis of a large body of information that encompasses well-tested and verified hypotheses about aspects of the natural world theory
Created by: Nienhaus