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science chapter 2


Deduce To work out the answer to a problem using logical thinking.
inquiry Learning by asking questions.
repeatable Evidence that can be seen by others if they do the same experiment in the same way.
objective Evidence that describes only what actually happened as exactly as possible.
natural laws Rules that describe the behavior of things in the universe.
scientific method A process of learning that begins with a hypothesis and leads to a conclusion supported by scientific evidence
hypothesis A preliminary explanation that can be tested and compared to scientific evidence
Theory A scientific explanation supported by much evidence collected over an extended period of time
variables position and speed are examples of
Value the number of size that a variable may have is its
constant speed speed that stays the same
average speed the total distance of a trip divided by the total time taken is
Created by: uschooljoelle