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Scientific Inquiry V

A list of vocabulary important in our study of Scientific Inquiry

problem A question to be considered, solved or answered.
observation An observation is the act of noting and recording something with instruments.
hypothesis A hypothesis is an educated guess you believe is the answer to the problem.
experiment An experiment is a test under controlled conditions that is made to demonstrate a known truth, or examine the validity of a hypothesis.
conclusion A conclusion is the result or outcome of an act or process.
theory Something that is believed to be true based on limited information or knowledge.
variable Something that changes.
inquiry A close examination of something in the hopes of finding the truth.
scientific method The scientific method is a process for experimentation that is used to explore observations and answer questions.
evaluate To examine or judge carefully
vary To change or be inconsistent
resources Things that can be used for support or help.
Created by: kcollazo