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How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer : Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer : Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer : Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer : Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Info from the experiment

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Info from the experiment

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Summarize what you learned: Was your hypothesis right or wrong?

Info from the experiment

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Summarize what you learned: Was your hypothesis right or wrong?

Info from the experiment

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Scientific Theory –

a well-tested scientific explanation:CAN BE CHANGED!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Summarize what you learned: Was your hypothesis right or wrong?

Info from the experiment

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Scientific Theory –

a well-tested scientific explanation:CAN BE CHANGED!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Scientific Law –a description of what is expected to happen every time in a certain situation

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Summarize what you learned: Was your hypothesis right or wrong?

Info from the experiment

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


How scientists study things and use evidence to determine why things happen the way they do

A possible explanation or answer – Must be testable!

Scientific Theory –

a well-tested scientific explanation:CAN BE CHANGED!

Controlled experiment – a test of a hypothesis under set conditions

Scientific Law –a description of what is expected to happen every time in a certain situation

Variable – something that changes

Manipulated variable – what you CHOOSE to change

Summarize what you learned: Was your hypothesis right or wrong?

Info from the experiment

Responding variable – what changes as a result of the other changes you made


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