5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What type of a graph should I use if I was graphing the density different amounts of salt in liquids?
- What could your 3 samples be if you were studying the density of different amounts of salt in liquids?
- What is a direct observation?
- Where does the independent variable go on your graph?
- What is an observation?
- a on the bottom
- b using the 5 senses
- c no tool, use senses
ex. see a pink sweatshirt
- d plain water, adding 2 different amounts of salt
- e line graph bc using # in order
5 Multiple choice questions
- the one containing nothing (zero)
- the one factor that changes in an experiement
- changes because the independent variable changes
- the one factor that stays the same
5 True/False questions
At what temperature does water boil in the metric system? → 100 C
When writing a question for an experiment, where does the independent variable fit in the format? → How does __________ affect (dependent variable) ?
What would the dependent variable be if I was graphing the density of different amounts of salt in liquids? → density of the water
What is a qualitative observation? → words
ex. YELLOW pencil
What is the unit for density? → g/ml; g/cm cubed