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What is the first step of the Scientific Inquiry/Method
What is the first step of the Scientific Inquiry/Method
When you need a starting point for designing a new experiment, you could: __________________ something you are ____________ about.
When you need a starting point for designing a new experiment, you could: __________________ something you are ____________ about.
Observe; curious
When you run a controlled experiment the FIRST time, do you change any variables?
When you run a controlled experiment the FIRST time, do you change any variables?
No
Name two ways to describe Good Data
Name two ways to describe Good Data
Specific and Detailed
Which graph resembles a pie cut into slices?
Which graph resembles a pie cut into slices?
Circle Graph
If you do not find the answer to your question through Background Research, what should you do next?
If you do not find the answer to your question through Background Research, what should you do next?
Make a Hypothesis
What is a Procedure?
What is a Procedure?
A step-by-step list of how to carry out the experiment
When you run a controlled experiment the SECOND time, how many variables do you change?
When you run a controlled experiment the SECOND time, how many variables do you change?
Only 1
Measurements are not helpful in good data ? True/False
Measurements are not helpful in good data ? True/False
False
When we have to INFER information, what are we doing?
When we have to INFER information, what are we doing?
We are using facts of observations to reach a conclusion. (Reading between the lines and guessing)
After you conduct your experiment or observation, what should you do?
After you conduct your experiment or observation, what should you do?
Analyze results
Should any scientist be able to repeat an experiment based on your procedure steps alone, no matter where he or she is?
Should any scientist be able to repeat an experiment based on your procedure steps alone, no matter where he or she is?
yes
What do we call the factors in an experiment that stay the same?
What do we call the factors in an experiment that stay the same?
Constants
Good data must be accurate: True/ False
Good data must be accurate: True/ False
True
How do we ensure that our experiment findings are accurate?
How do we ensure that our experiment findings are accurate?
In order to ensure that findings are accurate, conduct several trials of the experiment
What step of the Scientific Inquiry/Method is like the end of an essay?
What step of the Scientific Inquiry/Method is like the end of an essay?
The Conclusion
Why should other scientists be able repeat your experiment?
Why should other scientists be able repeat your experiment?
It allows them to evaluate your results
What is the Independent Variable?
What is the Independent Variable?
It is the variable that you change in an experiment on purpose
Why do we record our data DURING an experiment?
Why do we record our data DURING an experiment?
It is easy to forget things
What does a line graph show?
What does a line graph show?
Line graphs help to show how one variable affects another, or in other words, how the dependent variable changes because of the independent variable
If the Hypothesis and Conclusion do not match, what do you do?
If the Hypothesis and Conclusion do not match, what do you do?
Change 1 variable and do the experiment again
How many times should you do a contolled experiment?
How many times should you do a contolled experiment?
At least 2 times.
What is another description of the Dependent Variabe?
What is another description of the Dependent Variabe?
It is the Results of your experiment, or "what happened"
Which type of graph uses rectangles to represent a different part or a category?
Which type of graph uses rectangles to represent a different part or a category?
Bar Graph
Which type of scientist follows the Scientific Inquiry/Method?
Which type of scientist follows the Scientific Inquiry/Method?
All of them!

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