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Science Unit 2 test
Science chapter 2
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to draw a conclusion from given facts
learning by asking questions
describes evidence that can be seen independently by others if they repeat the same experiment or observation in the same way
Evidence that describes only what actually happened as exactly as the possible labeled
Rules that describe the behavior of things in the universe
A series of steps followed to solve problems including collecting data, formulating a hypothesis, testing the hypothesis, and stating conclusions.
An educated guess, a possible explanation that can be tested
A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount of data
factors that can change in an experiment (position and speed are variables)
The # or size that a variable may have (for example 20 ft is a value)
A value that does not change
total distance/total time
a ratio of equivalent measurements used to convert a quantity from one unit to another
A situation especially set up to investigate relationships between variables
The difference between a measurement and the true value is what you're trying to measure 🙈
If you add up all the different values for a measurement and divided by the number of values, you calculate this. :-)
It describes how close a measurement is to the true value.
The variable that you change in an experiment is the ..... value
In an experiment, variables that are not allowed to change are ..... variables
Is a drawing of an oak leaf scientific evidence or not
A drawing of an oak leaf is scientific evidence.
Is the time for a car to drive to once around to track scientific evidence or not
The time for a car to drive one try to track it is scientific evidence
Is a description of Atlantic's beauty in the spring scientific evidence or not
A description of Atlantic's Beauty in the spring is not scientific evidence
Is Photographs of a beach scientific evidence or NOT
Photographs of a beach IS scientific evidence
You know distance and speed and want to find the time
V = d > t
You know the time and distance and you want to find the speed
No speed in time and want to find the distance.
What does per mean?
For every or for each
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