S.I. Crossword Answers
Terms in this set (23)
A way of knowing by asking questions.
The supplies and materials you need to conduct your experiment.
An unbreakable rule of nature. There are no exceptions.
Observable data in the form of a description. Not numbers.
A change that is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.
Starts with "If", "Then" describes the expected result. "Because" is the reason that you think the hypothesis will work.
Data that you can measure and describe in numbers.
An idea that has been supported by many true and tested hypotheses.
A table used for collecting, organizing, and showing data.
Describes an experiment that gets the same results every time you try it.
A testable guess based on previous knowledge, facts and experience.
Something that can have a changing value that relies on the value of another variable.
A test to find causes and effects.
Something that can have more than one value.
Asking questions and looking for answers.
What your experiment is compared to in order to see if there is a difference.
The collected results from the data in your experiment. "Was your hypothesis correct?"
The step by step instructions that are clear enough for others to repeat your experiment.
A picture of numerical data. Comes in many forms.
What you get when you learn.
A way to see if something is true. Also known as trial or experiment.
Something that has a value that determines the value or something else. If it changes, the other value changes in a predictable way.
The collected results of an experiment. Can be a quality (observation) or quantity (numbers).