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 Scientific Method Controls and Variables Metric Measurement Lab Equipment ID Models, Theories, and Laws 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 Final Question

An educated guess
An educated guess
Hypothesis
Steps you follow to carry out experiment
Steps you follow to carry out experiment
Procedure
Usually show in charts and graphs
Usually show in charts and graphs
Results (or data)
Final summary of project communicated to others
Final summary of project communicated to others
Conclusion
First step of the scientific method
First step of the scientific method
Identify problem or question
Group used for comparison, or 'regular' group
Group used for comparison, or 'regular' group
Control Group
Variable that is changed or tested by the scientist
Variable that is changed or tested by the scientist
Independent
Variable measured by the scientist to see if experiment worked
Variable measured by the scientist to see if experiment worked
Dependent
Group that is changed or being experimented on
Group that is changed or being experimented on
Experimental Group
If I test the effect of music on plant growth, what is the independent variable?
If I test the effect of music on plant growth, what is the independent variable?
Music
Standard metric unit for length
Standard metric unit for length
Meter
The amount of space something takes up
The amount of space something takes up
Volume
The amount of matter in an object
The amount of matter in an object
Mass
Formula for density
Formula for density
Mass/Volume
Standard metric unit for mass
Standard metric unit for mass
Gram

Test Tube

Triple Beam Balance

Beaker

Model - description made up of mathematical equations and data
Model - description made up of mathematical equations and data
Mathematical
Model - something that looks or acts like the object it represents
Model - something that looks or acts like the object it represents
Physical
Model - system of ideas or a comparison to familiar things to explain an idea
Model - system of ideas or a comparison to familiar things to explain an idea
Conceptual
Summary of many experimental results and observations; explains what happens, but not why
Summary of many experimental results and observations; explains what happens, but not why
Law
Unifying explanation for a broad range of hypotheses and observations supported by testing; can predict what will happen in future
Unifying explanation for a broad range of hypotheses and observations supported by testing; can predict what will happen in future
Theory

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