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Scientific Method

Procedures used to solve problems and answer questions that can include stating the problem, gathering information, forming a hypothesis, testing the hypothesis with an experiment, analyzing data, and drawing conclusions. Scientific Method
Prediction that can be tested. Hypothesis
Standard to which the outcome of a test is compared. Control
The one change that you make in the experiment. Manipulated Variable / Independent Variable
The data or evidence that you are collecting, what you are recording. Responding Variable / Dependent Variable
The data collected in an investigation. Evidence
An explanation of a group of related observations based upon supported hypotheses and confirmed many times by different groups of researchers. Scientific Theory
A statement about how things work in nature that seems to be true all the time. Scientific Law
Performing an investigation a minimum of 3 times to make sure that the outcome is accurate. Fair Test
Created by: Ratzlaff