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Intro Vocab. Term

The knowledge of facts, laws and theories placed in an orderly system. Science
The study of weather and the atmosphere. Meteorology
The study of space is called? Astronomy
The study of geology, meteorology, oceanography and astronomy. Earth Science
The study of the Earth and its history is called? Geology
The study of the oceans is called? Oceanography
The most logical explanation for events that happen in nature. Theory
Generalization that describes behavior in nature. Law
Any data that can be observed using the 5 senses. Qualitative Observation
A diagram that shows how two variables are related. Graph
The reason for doing the lab. Problem
The study of the properties of matter and how matter changes. Chemistry
The study of matter and energy, which includes motion, mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, and magnetism. Physics
The study of both physics and chemistry. Physical Science
Step by step instructions on how the lab is done. Procedures
Experiment done in exactly the same way as another experiment but without the variable. Control
Factors being tested in an experiment. Variable
Any numerical data (data tables, graphs, charts, and calculations). Quantitative Observation
Recorded observations and measurements. Data (Observations)
Proposed solution to a scientific problem. Hypothesis
Basic steps used by scientists in solving problems and uncovering facts. Scientific Method
A system of measurement based on multiples of ten and on established measures of mass, length, and time. International System of Units (SI) (Metric System)
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