5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the formula for density?
- Where does the dependent variable on your graph?
- When writing a question for an experiment, where does the independent variable fit in the format?
- ______ ml = 1 L
- What type of a graph should I use if I was graphing the density different amounts of salt in liquids?
- a 1,000
- b line graph bc using # in order
- c on the left side
- d How does (independent variable) affect ____________?
- e d = m/v (mass / volume)
5 Multiple choice questions
- a belief base on facts
- meniscus (dip in the liquid)
- How does __________ affect (dependent variable) ?
- zero the balance
5 True/False questions
What is a control in an experiment? → the one factor that stays the same
What could your 3 samples be if you were studying the density of different amounts of salt in liquids? → line graph bc using # in order
If testing density of different substances both liquid and solid, what type of graph should I use? → bar graph bc doesn't need to be in a specific order
What would the dependent variable be if I was graphing the density of different amounts of salt in liquids? → density of the water
What are the 4 types of observations? → use a tool
ex. 10 g measurement with a balance