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Science Test Mr.Y

Vocab test Test on: 9-17-10

QuestionAnswer
Scientific Theory Explanation that is supported by results from repeated experimentation or testing.
Technology Use of scientific discoveries for practical purposes, making peoples lives easier and better.
Variable Different factors that can be changed in an experiment.
Constant Variable that does not change in and experiment.
Control Standard for comparison in an experiment.
Dependent Variable Factor being measured in an experiment.
Earth Science Study of Earth and Space, including rocks, fossils, climate, volcanoes, land use, ocean water, earthquakes, and objects in space.
Ethics Study of moral values about what is good or bad.
Hypothesis An educated guess.
Independent Variable Factor that changes in an experiment.
Science Process of looking at and studying things in the world in order to gain knowledge.
Scientific Law Rule that describes the behavior of something in nature; usually describes what will happen in a situation but not why it happens.
Scientific Methods Problem solving procedures that can include identifying the problem or question, gathering information, developing a hypothesis, testing the hypothesis, analyzing the results and drawing a conclusion.
Scientific Theory Explanation that is supported by results from repeated experimentation or testing.
Technology Use of scientific discoveries for practical purposes, making peoples lives easier and better.
Variable Different factors that can be changed in an experiment.
Constant Variable that does not change in and experiment.
Control Standard for comparison in an experiment.
Dependent Variable Factor being measured in an experiment.
Earth Science Study of Earth and Space, including rocks, fossils, climate, volcanoes, land use, ocean water, earthquakes, and objects in space.
Ethics Study of moral values about what is good or bad.
Hypothesis An educated guess.
Independent Variable Factor that changes in an experiment.
Science Process of looking at and studying things in the world in order to gain knowledge.
Scientific Law Rule that describes the behavior of something in nature; usually describes what will happen in a situation but not why it happens.
Scientific Methods Problem solving procedures that can include identifying the problem or question, gathering information, developing a hypothesis, testing the hypothesis, analyzing the results and drawing a conclusion.
Created by: Wolves11100