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variables that are meant to remain CONSTANT throughout the experiment, could change, but scientist chooses to control them to maintain a fair test controlled variables
a group used as a standard of comparison for checking the results of an experiment control group
the facts, figures, and other evidence gathered through observations data
an organized way to collect an drecord observations data table
a measure of the independent variable's effect; the data collected/observed (what is measured?) dependent variable
a possible explanation for a set of observations or answer to a scientific question hypothesis
the ONE varibable that is purposely changed to test a hypothesis, you choose to manipulate (What is changed?) independent variable
information gathered by the senses or through measurement observation
the diverse method in ways in which scientists study the natural world and propose explanations based on the evidence they gather scientific inquiry
a question that comes from experiences or observations and can be tested without opinion scientific question
Created by: mcdanelt