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Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
Scientific Method & Density Review
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  1. Chapter 1The Scientific Method <br />
  2. The Scientific Method<br />
  3. State the Problem<br />The Scientific Method<br />
  4. State the Problem<br />Gather Information<br />The Scientific Method<br />
  5. State the Problem<br />Gather Information<br />Form a hypothesis<br />The Scientific Method<br />
  6. State the Problem<br />Gather Information<br />Form a hypothesis<br />Test hypothesis<br />The Scientific Method<br />
  7. State the Problem<br />Gather Information<br />Form a hypothesis<br />Test hypothesis<br />Analyze data<br />The Scientific Method<br />
  8. State the Problem<br />Gather Information<br />Form a hypothesis<br />Test hypothesis<br />Analyze data<br />Draw conclusion<br />The Scientific Method<br />
  9. Technology<br />
  10. Technology<br />
  11. Theory of Relativity:<br />
  12. Continental Drift Theory:<br />
  13. Big Bang Theory<br />
  14. Theory of Evolution<br />
  15. 1. What is a theory?<br />
  16. 2. What is a scientific law?<br />
  17. 3. What is a hypothesis?<br />
  18. 4. What is an independent variable?<br />
  19. 5. What is a dependent variable?<br />
  20. 6. What is a constant?<br />
  21. 7. What is a control?<br />
  22. 8. So, where do we graph the independent variable?<br />
  23. 9. And the dependent?<br />
  24. 10. Conclusions to scientific experiments <br />should not be based on . . . <br />
  25. 10. Conclusions to scientific experiments <br />should not be based on . . . <br />BIAS<br />
  26. 10. Conclusions to scientific experiments <br />should not be based on . . . <br />BIAS<br />RELIGIOUS BELIEFS<br />
  27. 10. Conclusions to scientific experiments <br />should not be based on . . . <br />HYPOTHESES<br />BIAS<br />RELIGIOUS BELIEFS<br />
  28. 11. What unit system do scientists use?<br />
  29. 11. What unit system do scientists use?<br />
  30. 12. What is mass?<br />
  31. 13. What is volume?<br />
  32. 14. What is density?<br />
  33. 15. Why is this woman floating?<br />
  34. 16. Why is this boat sinking?<br />
  35. 17. Which block has more mass? Which block is more dense?<br />
  36. 18. Metric Conversions: <br />
  37. 35,000 L = _______ kL<br />
  38. 35,000 L = _______ kL<br />4 g = _______ mg<br />
  39. 35,000 L = _______ kL<br />4 g = _______ mg<br />160 mm = _______ cm<br />
  40. 35,000 L = _______ kL<br />4 g = _______ mg<br />160 mm = _______ cm<br />5.45 kg = _______ g<br />
  41. 35,000 L = _______ kL<br />4 g = _______ mg<br />160 mm = _______ cm<br />5.45 kg = _______ g<br />345 cL = _______ L<br />
  42. 19. P.S. What is the definition of a constant?<br />

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