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#1 Bflaitz


Independent variable The variable that causes the dependent variable to fluctuate
Scientific method principles/procedures for systematic pursuit of knowledge (recognizing of a problem, collection of data by way of observation & experimentation, & testing of the hypotheses)
Dependent variable Variable that depends upon the independent variable
Hypothesis Previous to experimentation, this gives an unproven thought/idea of how to solve the identified problem/s.
Experimental variable variable whose values are independent of changes in the values of other variables.....(isn't this similar to "catylist"?)
Experimental controls The different environmental, etc. variables in an experiment that remain consistent for both control and experimental groups to keep more accurate data
Density A measure of the quantity of some physical property... per unit length, area, or (usually)volume.
Percent error measured MINUS accurate DIVIDED BY accurate
Significant figures all the nonzero digits of a number and the zeros that are included between them or that
Created by: KatKatastrophe