Metric System
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Scientific method/Variables
Metric system 2
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Is the meter the standard unit of measurement
Yes
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The first step of the Scientific Method is
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What variable changes in an experiment?
Independent variable
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In the Gobstopper lab, what was the independent variable?
Time. We were testing what would happen over a 10 minute span to see what would happen to the gobstopper.
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Convert: 34m= _____cm
3400 cm (move the decimal over two places
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Is a centimeter smaller than a millimeter?
No
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The second step of the Scientific Method is
Create a hypothesis
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What do you call the variable that does not change?
Constant variable
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What is the last step of the Scientific Method?
Share you findings
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Convert: 45.8 hectometers= ________ kilometers
4.58 kilometers
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Is a Decimeter smaller than a dekameter
yes
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The third step of the Scientific Method is
Experiment
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The dependent variable is __________
the variable that is being measured
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DAILY DOUBLE: worth double the points I am testing what type of wood will burn the longest in a fireplace. What is the independent variable?
The type of firewood
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Convert: 30.5 dekameters= ______ centimeters
30500 centimeters
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Does the majority of United State use meter or yard
Yard
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The fourth step of the Scientific Method is
Analyze the data
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You can only have one constant. True or false.
False. Everything that stays the same in a experiment is considered a constant variable.
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What is the purpose of the experiment step of the scientific method?
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Convert: 872.3 decimeters= ________ dekameters
8.723 dekameters
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What is the largest unit of measurement we learned about
Kilometer
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The fifth step of the scientific method is
Make a conclusion
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If I want to find out how the amount of sunlight affects the growth of a daisy. What would be the independent variable?
The amount of sunlight.
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How many independent variables can you have in an experiment?
1
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Convert: 8.4 dekameters= _______ kilometers
.084 kilometers
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