8.
$400 Question from IV vs DV
The purpose of an experiment is
to determine the effect of the
____ on the ____
9.
$400 Answer from IV vs DV
The effect of the Independent
Variable on the Dependent
Variable
10.
$500 Question from IV vs DV
I conduct an experiment and give
three different people three
different types of running shoes. I
want to see which shoe makes you
the fastest. What is wrong with my
experiment?
11.
$500 Answer from H1
This experiment has two
different Independent
Variables
12.
$100 Question from Observation
vs Inference
“Don’t talk to him, he looks weird”
13.
$100 Answer from Observation
vs Inference
Inference
14.
$200 Question from Observation
vs Inference
If a coin is labeled “1984”,
then it was made in 1984.
15.
$200 Answer from Observation
vs Inference
Inference
16.
$300 Question from Observation
vs Inference
If a coin is labeled “1984”, then
it wasn’t made in 1984
17.
$300 Answer from Observation
vs Inference
Inference
18.
$400 Question from Observation
vs Inference
Mr. Joralemon has
his teaching
credential
19.
$400 Answer from Observation
vs Inference
Inference
20.
$500 Question from Observation
vs Inference
An observation must be made with
what?
21.
$500 Answer from Observation
vs Inference
One of the five senses (touch,
sight, taste, smell, hear)
22.
$100 Question from Control vs
Constant
I test to see if different music effects
heart rate the same. I keep the volume
of each song the same. The volume is
what?
23.
$100 Answer from Control vs
Constant
Constant (Standardized Variable)
24.
$200 Question from Control vs
Constant
I want to see if a pill is an
effective treatment for a cold. I
give group A the pill, and I don’t
give group B anything. I compare
group A to group B. Group B is
my…
25.
$200 Answer from Control vs
Constant
Control Group
26.
$300 Question from Control vs
Constant
This is what always stays the
same in the trials of your
experiments
27.
$300 Answer from Control vs
Constant
Constant (Standardized Variable)
28.
$400 Question from Control vs
Constant
I want to see if Minecraft can
make you better at spatial
memory. I select a random
group of 4 year olds and have
them play Minecraft two hours a
day for three months. What
would my control group be for
this experiment?
29.
$400 Answer from Control vs
Constant
A random group of 4 year
olds who does not play
Minecraft
30.
$500 Question from Control vs
Constant
I want to see if a pill is an
effective treatment for a cold.
I give group A the pill, and I
don’t give group B anything.
I compare group A to group
B. Group A is my…
31.
$500 Answer from Control vs
Constant
Experimental group
32.
$100 Question from Hypothesis
vs. Title
Mr. Schwartz wants to know if
yelling at students will lead to
higher grades. Give a title to
this experiment
33.
$100 Answer from Hypothesis vs
Title
The Effect of Yelling on Grades
34.
$200 Question from Hypothesis
vs Title
Mr. Schwartz wants to know if
yelling at students will lead to
higher grades. Give a hypothesis
to this experiment
35.
$200 Answer from H4
If yelling increases then
grades will increase
36.
$300 Question from Hypothesis
vs Title
The title of my experiment is
“The Effect of Sports Drinks on
Athletic Performance”.What is
my Independent Variable?
40.
$500 Question from H4
The hypothesis for my experiment
is: “If global carbon emissions
increase the the greenhouse effect
will increase”. What is my
Dependent Variable?
44.
$200 Question from Potpurri
In the book Black Like Me, what
were people observing? What were
they inferring?
45.
$200 Answer from Potpurri
Observe: Skin color
Infer: That he was different
46.
$300 Question from Potpurri
Mr. J plays some Afrojack and
takes his pulse. He finds that his
pulse is very high. He concludes
that listening to Afrojack
increases your pulse. What is
wrong with this conclusion?
47.
$300 Answer from Potpurri
No control group!
He needs to take his pulse normally
and compare it to when he listened
to Afrojack
48.
$400 Question from Potpurri
Think back to Super Size Me.
What was wrong with the
experiment in that movie?
49.
$400 Answer from Potpurri
There were two Independent
Variables (increased
50.
$500 Question from Potpurri
Mr J conducts an experiment to
see if people become smarter if
they go to UC Berkeley. Mr. J
really wants his experiment to
prove his hypothesis correct.
What is wrong with Mr. J’s
experiment?
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