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Intro to sci/measure

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Hypothesis an educated guess about the solution of the problem
conclusion the written summary of the results of an experiment
control the factor remaining unchanged in the experiment
data observations and measurements recorded during an experiment
inference making a judgment based on an observation
experiment an organized process used to test a hypothesis
analyze to look for information carefully, looking for patterns or solutions
observation seeing something
scientific method the process used by scientists to sovle problems/answer questions
The steps of the problem solving model are State the problem, Gather information, Brainstorm, Choose a solution, Reach a conclusion
What are the 5 steps of the scientific method in order? State the problem, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Conclusion
69 mm equals how many cm? 6.9 cm
889 cm equals how many mm? 8890 mm
.0019 mm equals how many cm? .00019 cm
.00258 cm equals how many mm? .0258 mm
Independent variable The variable that comes first in an experiment.
Dependent variable The variable that comes second. It depends on the independent variable.
Created by: rachelwh