control or controlled variable
The part of the experiment that is kept under normal circumstances. Used to determine if a change has occurred during the experiment.
Parts of an experiment that are all kept the same.
observation that is made using one or more of your senses
Information collected during an experiment
observation using your senses, and some type of instrument
Data or analysis that is represented numerically
normally used to illustrate comparisons
independent variable (manipulated variable)
The single change that you create during an experiment. The factor that your experiment is about.
Data or analysis that is descriptive, and cannot be expressed as a number
normally used to illustrate trends
dependent variable (responding variable)
The change that occurs because of the independent variable (manipulated variable)
an explanation supported by a large body of evidence
circle graph (pie chart)
Used to illustrate a "part to whole" relationship
a statement that is a possible solution to a problem, or answer to a question
biology A unit 1
I. Building an Experiment
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