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Weyman pages 1-13

week of 9.5.11 vocab (7th grade)

Controlled experiment an experiment in which all of the variables except for one remain the same
Manipulated variable the one factor that a scientist changes to test a hypothesis during an experiment: also called the independent variable
science all the knowledge gained through the process of exploring the natural world
scientific inquiry an organized way of learning about the natural world
observation using one or more of your senses to collect information
data facts, figures, and other evidence
inference an interpretation of an observation
hypothesis possible explanation for a set of observations
variable factors that can change in an experiment
scientific theory a well tested idea that explains many observations
responding variable factor that changes because of the manipulated variable
Created by: ontheweyman