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Steps of the Scientific Method- 100 pts.

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- Information gathered using the five senses are called ___________.

- A question based on observations that can be tested is called the _____________.

- The possible answers to a scientific problem are called ____________.

- The step in which it is stated whether or not the hypothesis was supported by the data is the _____________.

- The step of the scientific method that includes the step-by-step instructions for how to do the experiment, as well as a materials list, is called the ___________ ___________.

observations

100 pts.

problem

200 pts.

hypotheses

300 pts.

conclusion

400 pts.

experimental design

500 pts.

- The group in an experiment which does NOT receive the independent variable and is used for comparison purposes is called the ____________ _____________.

- The group that is being tested and therefore DOES receive the independent variable is called the ___________ ___________.

- Variables that the experimenter tries to keep the same throughout the experiment for both the control group and the experimental group are called ________________.

- The variable which is being tested, and therefore the experimenter changes it on purpose, is the ____________ __________.

- The variable that is being measured, or was affected by a change in the experiment, is the ___________ ___________.

control group

100 pts.

experimental group

200 pts.

constants/ controls

300 pts.

Independent Variable

400 pts.

Dependent Variable

500 pts.

- What is the base unit of length?

- What is mass, what instrument do we use to measure it, and what is the base unit of mass?

- What is volume, what is the base unit of volume, and what instrument do we use to measure volume?

- How do we use the diagram on the board to convert from one unit to another?

- What is the freezing point of water in degrees Celsius?

meters

100 pts.

Mass is the amount of “stuff” something has. We use a balance or scale to measure it in grams.

200 pts.

Volume is how much space something takes up. It is measured in liters and we use a graduated cylinder.

300 pts.

Place finger on starting unit, count how many times your finger moves and in what direction. That is how the decimal moves.

400 pts.

0 degrees Celsius

500 pts.

- Name three safety rules for the classroom/ lab.

- Make one qualitative observation, one quantitative observation, and one inference about this picture:

- In our Matchbox Car Activity, what were the independent and dependent variables?

- Describe two ways to find volume.

- Convert the following:
2500cm = _______ km

No horseplayNo Eating/chewing gumWear GogglesWash your hands

100 pts.

Qualitative- pancakes on rabbit’s head.Quantitative- rabbit has two ears.Inference- the pancakes fell on the rabbit’s head.

200 pts.

Independent Variable- height of ramp.Dependent Variable- distance car traveled.

300 pts.

Use a graduated cylinder or multiply length x width x height

400 pts.

2500 cm = .025km

500 pts.

- A thought or assumption based on observations is called a(n) __________.

- Explain the difference between qualitative and quantitative observations.

- What is the basic unit of temperature in the metric system?

- List the four types of graphs we’ve talked about in this class.

- Draw an experiment outline chart and explain how to fill it in.

inference

100 pts.

Qualitative observations are qualities or characteristics of something and do not include any numbers.Quantitative observations are quantities or amounts and include measurements and numbers.

200 pts.

degrees Celsius

300 pts.

line graph, double bar graph, stem and leaf plot, and histogram.

400 pts.