Variables
Graphing
Scientific Method
Measurements
Tools

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Anything that changes in an experiment.

What is a VARIABLE?

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This belongs on the top of every graph you make.

What is a TITLE?

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This step answers the original question.

What is a conclusion?

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This is the basic unit for length in the metric system.

What is the meter?

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The tool used to measure the length of an object.

What is a metric RULER or METER STICK?

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The variable that you make different in order to test it.

What is an INDEPENDENT VARIABLE?

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What is the name of the horizontal (side to side) axis?

What is X-AXIS?

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An educated guess or prediction for what might happen in an experiment.

What is a HYPOTHESIS?

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This is the basic unit for volume.

What is the liter?

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The tool best used to measure the volume of a liquid.

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The variable that you observe or measure during an experiment.

What is a DEPENDENT VARIABLE?

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True or False: You don't need to label the bottom and side of a graph.

What is False?

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Data given that is expressed in numbers

What is QUANTITATIVE DATA?

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This data is gathered and described using one of our five senses

What is QUALITATIVE DATA?

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A tool best used to measure the mass of an object.

What is a TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE?

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Something that stays the same to keep an experiment fair.

What is a CONSTANT?

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What is the name of the vertical (up and down) axis?

What is the Y-AXIS?

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Numbers, observations, or information you collect in an experiment.

What is DATA?

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A measure of how much 3D space an object takes up.

What is volume?

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What is this object called?

What is a BEAKER?

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The number of variables that you can change in an experiment.

What is one?

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This is a picture of what type of graph?

What is a LINE GRAPH?

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A list of things you do to perform the experiment(not Scientific Method)

What are PROCEDURES?

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The amount of matter in an object.

What is mass?

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Object used to look at objects to small for the naked eye to see.

What is a MICROSCOPE?