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SI Unit for CMS

M. Lenard's SI Unit

QuestionAnswer
What is a measurement of mass? gram
If you have an accident and break a beaker filled with an unknown liquid in lab, what should you do? inform your teacher
What activity would using the Internet be most helpful? performing research before conducting an experiment
Which variable is intentionally changed for each trial? Independent Variable
Which variable stays the same in all trials of an experiment Controlled Variable
Which variable is what happens as a result or a changed variable. Dependent Variable
Which step tells what you learned from the experiment? Conclusion
The Problem should always be written in the form of a (n) Question
The Hypothesis should always be written in the form of a (n) Statement
Which step lists the items needed for the experiment? Procedure
What do you use to make observations? 5 Senses
Which step shows the changes that occurred during the experiment? Data
What is a measurement of liquid volume? Liter
Which step of the Scientific Method is your educated guess? Hypothesis
Which step of the Scientific Method organizes the data into graphs, charts, and tables? Data Analysis
Which step of the Scientific Method is where the information/changes are observed? Experiment
What is the first step to the Scientific Method? Problem
What is the second step to the Scientific Method? Research
What is the third step to the Scientific Method? Hypothesis
What is the forth step to the Scientific Method? Procedure
What is the fifth step to the Scientific Method? Experiment
What is the Sixth step to the Scientific Method? Data
What is the Seventh step to the Scientific Method? Conclusion
Which part of the Scientific Method states if the Hypothesis is proven or not? Conclusion
What is the Metric unit for length? Meter
Created by: mlenard