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    • Q:
      • In which part of the scientific method does the scientist ask a question regarding something he wants to know more about?
    • A:
      • QUESTION/PROBLEM
    • Q:
      • Which stage of the scientific method does scientist use resources to find out more about his topic of interest.
    • A:
      • Research
    • Q:
      • A scientist's educated guess about the outcome of an experiment
    • A:
      • Hypothesis
    • Q:
      • Step by step instructions telling someone how to perfom an experiment.
    • A.
      • Procedure
    • Q:
      • Step by step instructions telling someone how to perfom an experiment.
    • A:
      • Experiment
    • Q:
      • What a scientist does to make sure his results are right.
    • A.
      • Repeat the experiment
    • Q:
      • What a scientist collects during the experiment and puts it in tables and charts
    • A.
      • Data
    • Q:
      • The scientist uses his 5 senses to do this
    • A:
      • Make Observations
    • Q:
      • The scientist evaluates the experimental data and determines if his hypothesis was correct or not
    • A:
      • Conclusion
    • Q:
      • A factor the scientist could change in an experiment
    • A:
      • Variable
    • Q:
      • How many things the scientist is allowed to change in an experiment
    • A:
      • One
    • Q:
      • The variable the scientist chooses to change in an experiment
    • A:
      • Independent Variable
    • Q:
      • The variable the scientist is waiting to measure or see how it is affected.
    • A:
      • Dependent Variable
    • Q:
      • A variable which does not change through out the experiment
    • A:
      • Constant (or Controlled variable)
    • Q:
      • This group is under normal conditions
    • A:
      • Control group
    • Q:
      • This chart should be used on any word problems to identify the answers
    • A:
      • T chart