5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a is used to represent things we cannot directly study.
- b visual display of information or data
- c a standard to compare with the results in an experiment.
- d to use of your senses to gather quantitative or qualitative information
- e the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan,best defense against bias
5 Multiple choice questions
- scientific statement that is well tested, supported, and verifiable.
- understanding basic scientific terms and principles
- observations made by using measuring instruments. (number-based observations)
- this variable data is plotted on the horizontal (x) axis of a graph
- something that can affect how the results of an experiment are viewed
5 True/False questions
sample size → an attitude of doubt
Dependent Variable → part of an experiment that the experimenter changes.
Replicate → to repeat a research study, usually with different participants and in different situations, to confirm the results of the original study
Scientific method → scientific statement that is well tested, supported, and verifiable.
Qualitative Observations → observations made by using measuring instruments. (number-based observations)