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# Physical science 112

Question | Answer |
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Chemistry | the study of matter and how matter changes. |

Inferring | the process of making an inference an interpretation based on an observation prior knowleged |

observing | A building that contains one or more telescopes. |

Physics | the study of matter energy motion and forces and how they interact |

Chemistry | the study of matter and how matter changes. |

Chemistry | the study of matter and how matter changes. |

Inferring | the process of making an inference an interpretation based on an observation prior knowleged |

observing | A building that contains one or more telescopes. |

Physics | the study of matter energy motion and forces and how they interact |

predicting | the process of for casting what will happen in the future based on past experience or evedince |

Science | the study of the natural world through observations and logical reasonings leads to a body of knowleged. |

communicating | the processof sharing ideas with others through writting and speaking |

communicating | the processof sharing ideas with others through writting and speaking |

contorlled experiment an experiment in which only | an experiment in which only one parameter is manipulated at a time |

Data | facts figurs and other eveidince gathered through observations. |

Data | facts figurs and other eveidince gathered through observations. |

hypothesis | a possible explanation for a set of observations or answers to scientific qoustions |

hypothesis | a possible explanation for a set of observations or answers to scientific qoustions |

manipulated variable | the one variable parameter that a scientest changes during an expirment |

manipulated variable | the one variable parameter that a scientest changes during an expirment |

hypothesis | a possible explanation for a set of observations or answers to scientific qoustions |

modle | a representation of nan object or process. |

modle | a representation of nan object or process. |

manipulated variable | the one variable parameter that a scientest changes during an expirment |

modle | a representation of nan object or process. |

parameter | a factor that can be measured in an experment. |

modle | a representation of nan object or process. |

pesponding variable | the variable parameter that changes as a result o changes to the manipulated or indepenet variable in an experiment |

pesponding variable | the variable parameter that changes as a result o changes to the manipulated or indepenet variable in an experiment |

scientific law | a statement that describes what scientesist expectto happen every time under a particular setof conditions |

parameter | a factor that can be measured in an experment. |

scientific inquriy | the on going process of discovery in science |

pesponding variable | the variable parameter that changes as a result o changes to the manipulated or indepenet variable in an experiment |

scientific inquriy | the on going process of discovery in science |

scientific law | a statement that describes what scientesist expectto happen every time under a particular setof conditions |

celsius scale | the temperature scale on which water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees |

scientific inquriy | the on going process of discovery in science |

scientific inquriy | the on going process of discovery in science |

absolute zero | the temoerture at which no more energy can be removed from matter |

absolute zero | the temoerture at which no more energy can be removed from matter |

absolute zero | the temoerture at which no more energy can be removed from matter |

celsius scale | the temperature scale on which water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees |

celsius scale | the temperature scale on which water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees |

denist | the ratio of the mass of a substances to its volume |

Kelvin scale the temperature scale on which no more energy can be moved | the ratio of the mass of a substances to its volume |

denist | the ratio of the mass of a substances to its volume |

Kelvin scale the temperature scale on which no more energy can be moved | the ratio of the mass of a substances to its volume |

Kelvin scale the temperature scale on which no more energy can be moved | |

Kelvin scale the temperature scale on which no more energy can be moved | temperature scale on which no more energy can be moved |

mass | a masure of how much matter is in an object |

meniscus | the curved upper surface of a liquid n a column of liqiud |

SI | international system of units a version of the metric system used by all over the world |

volume | the amount of space that matter occupies |

weight | a measure of of the force of gravaity on an object |

accuracy | how coles a measrment is to ture or accepted value |

estimate an a approximation of a number based on reasonable assumptions | an a approximation of a number based on reasonable assumptions |

precisions | a measure of the exactness of measurements |

reproducibility | how clse a group of measments are to eachother |

significant figures | all the digits in a measurments that have been measured exactly plus one digit whose vaules has been estimated |

cooredinate | a pair of numbers used to determind the position point of a point on a graph |

data point | point on a graph showing the location of a piece of data |

graph a picture of information froma data table sh | picture of information froma data table shows the realationship between variables |

horizonta axis | a line that runs left to right along the bottom of a graph on which the manipulated variable is labled |

linear graph | a line gragp in which the data points yeild a stragith line |

line of best fit | a smooth line that reflects the general pattern in a graph |

nonlinear graph | a line graph in which the data points do not fall along |

origin | th 00 piont on a line graph where the x axis and y axis cross on the graph |

slope the steepness of a line on a graph equal to its vertical change divieded by its horizontal change | the steepness of a line on a graph equal to its vertical change divieded by its horizontal change |

vertical axis | a line that runs up and down along the side of a graph on which the responding variable is labled |

constant | stayimg the same |

procedure | the method of doig some action especially the sequence |

significant | having improtance or meaning |

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