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Science Vocabulary

Laboratory Terms

TermsDefinitions
Hypothesis A mere assumption or guess.
Procedure Step by step process or instructions to be followed in solving a problem or accomplishing a task.
Properties Unique characteristics attributed to a particular object
Volume How much space an object occupies. The units of measurement are Liters, (l) Milliters, (ml) or Cubic centimeters (cm3).
Mass the amount of matter in an object.
Density The amount of matter in a given volume. Density is calculated by dividing the mass by the volume.
Matter The substance or substances of which any physical object consists or is composed.
Inference A conclusion based on an observation.
Observation Gathering information by using one or more of your senses.
Conclusion the end or close; final part, usually containing a summing up of the points and a statement of opinion or decisions reached.
Created by: lmishoe