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The statement "The lemon has more mass than the other fruit." description
The density of the fruit dependent variable
Possible explanation that can be tested by scientific investigation hypothesis
a scientists telling the participants of a study his favorite ice cream before testing the best tasting ice cream is an example of bias
interpretation of observations or a statement of what has been observed explanation
written or spoken summary of observations description
a description of how similar or close measurements are to each other precision
factor that is controlled by the investigator independent variable
the factor being tested independent variable
decription of how close a measurement is to a accepted or true value accuracy
when prejudice clouds or alters an investigation bias
a statement of interpretation of what has been observed explanation
the lemon, lime, and orange independent variable
a factor that remains the same constant
the lemon and orange float in all liquids is an example of a(n) observation
the variable that is changed independent variable
the responding variable in a the Lemon Lime Inquiry density of the fruit
the manipulated variables in the Lemon Lime Inquiry tangerine, lime, and lemon
the factor being measured or observed during an experiment dependent variable
logical conclusion based on available information or evidence inference
the act of watching and recording what occurs observation
the factor in an experiment that is manipulated or changed by the investigator independent variable
the factors in an experiment that remain the same constant
the factor in an experiment that is manipulated or changed independent variable
the responding variable in the Sinking Soda lab the buoyancy of the can
the constant in the Pepper Magic Trick toothpick
the manipulate variable in the Sinking Soda lab different sodas