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a representation of a complex object or process model
a prejudice or opinion that prevents a person from viewing events objectively bias
an accurate account of an event or a process; tells WHAT scientists have observed or measured description
connects together facts and observations that the scientist decides are most important; tells HOW or WHY an event occurred explanation
a piece of lab equipment used to accurately measure the volume of a liquid graduated cylinder
an interpretation based on observation and prior knowledge; a type of explanation inference
an instrument used to see objects that are too small for the naked eye microscope
a forcast of what will happen in the future based past experience or evidence prediction
a well-tested explanation for a wide range of observation or experimental results scientific theory
an instrument used to accurately measure the mass of an object triple beam balance
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