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Steps of scientific inquiry
1.posing questions, 2. developing a hypothesis, 3. designing experiments, 4. collecting/interpreting data, 5. drawing conclusions, 6. communicating ideas and results
a statement that describes what scientists expect to happen under a particular set of conditions
a well-tested explanation for a wide range of observations or experimental results
Why only one independent variable in an experiment?
To be able to determine if that specific variable was responsible for causing the change
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