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Physics Chapter One

Physics Exam tri 3

A possible explanatin for a problem using what you know and what you observe Hypotesis
changes value dependent variable
variable you change to seee how it affects teh dependent variable independent variable
a factor that does not change constant
standard by which the test results are measured control
an explanation of things or events based on knowledge gained from investigation theroy
statement about what happens in nature that seems to be true all the time scientific law
amount of sapce occupied by an object volume
an exact quantity used to cmpare measurements standard
the amount of matter in an objec mass
Mass per unit volume density
how hot or cold somethingis temperature
P state the problem
I gather information
h form a hypothesis
T test hypothesis
A analyze data
C draw conclusion
not supported form hypothesis
supported test hypothesis
Created by: brooketrout