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6th grade runyon


definition of INDEPENDENT (MANIPULATED) VARIABLE? variables that you purposely change and test
definition of VARIABLE? factors that can change
definition of SCIENCE? a systematic study of natural events and conditions
definition of INFERENCE? when you gather info. and put it together to make an estimated guess what might happen next
what is the definition of QUANTITATIVE OBSERVATIONS? a statement WITH numbers
what is the definition of QUALITATIVE OBSERVATIONS? a statement with NO numbers
what is the definition of OBSERVATION? the process of OBTAINING info. and using your five senses (touch, taste, smell, look, hear.)
DEPENDENT (RESPONDING) VARIABLE? the factor that may change as a result of independent variables
CLAIM? a conclusion that answers an original question
EVIDENCE? the scientific data that supports the claim
REASONING? a justification that shows why the data count as evidence to support the claim
Created by: jdenk