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- 1. mastrianascience.wikispaces.com
- 2. 1 Background information
- 3. Using the Internet ● Books (library) ● Specialists in that field ● to answer some questions before you start. www.dkit.ie
- 4. 2 Aim Hypothesis Engineering goal Investigative question
- 5. How do I pick 1ne? www.wix.com
- 6. Aim Classroom experiments “To...” Proving a known fact
- 7. Hypothesis Used with I.Q. and E.G. If the independent variable does this, then the dependent variable will do that.
- 8. Engineering goal Stating why you built something.
- 9. Investigative question Asking about the relationship between variables: What is the relationship between the independent variable and dependent variable?
- 10. 3 Method
- 11. What do we do to construct a method ? science.howstuffworks.com
- 12. Identify the variables.
- 13. Identify the equipment used, and describe HOW it will be used.
- 14. Step-by-step instructions on how the experiment runs.
- 15. All information in point form.
- 16. 4 Results
- 17. bschool.careers360.com
- 18. Table All data is tabulated in the course of the experiment. Independent variable (unit) No units next to values Dependent variable (unit) No units next to values
- 19. Y-axis Dependent variable Units 0 at the bottom, maximum value at the top. Graph A heading should indicate the relationship between the independent and the dependent variables. Always use clear indicators Connect the indicators using the line of best fit X-axis Independent variable Units 0 far left, maximum value far right
- 20. Analysis Discuss (point form): Relationship of variables Outliers
- 21. 5 Conclusion
- 22. paulmihalescu.com
- 23. In point form: Evaluate your hypothesis Explain relationship between Variables Chemistry: Provide balanced equations
- 24. 6 Bibliography acknowledgements
- 25. Books Author's surname and initials, year of publication, title (underlined), edition, place of publication, publisher.
- 26. Journals Author's surname and initials, year of publication of the journal, title of article (underlined), title of journal, volume, pages
- 27. Chapters in books Author's surname and initials, title of book, chapter title (underlined), edition, place of publication, publisher.
- 28. Newspaper articles Year, newspaper, date and month page
- 29. Internet referencing www. ... Page heading Straight URL Access date
- 30. Theses and dissertations Author's surname and initials, year of publication, title (underlined), degree the thesis is for, university, city where university is located
- 31. Acknowledgements Name of person providing assistance, what they provided assistance with.
- 32. roportionality foreseeblog.com
- 33. 1 2 types of proportionality
- 34. Direct Proportion
- 35. Inverse Proportion
- 36. Simple Proportion
- 37. Direct Inverse x y k = y/x x y k 400 40 0,1k 60 30 1800 300 30 0,1k 75 24 1800 200 20 0,1k 90 20 1800 50 5 0,1k 120 15 1800 yαx k(constant) = y/x Always a straight line through the origin. 1 y α /x k(constant) = xy y-x graph = hyperbole y-1/x2 = straight line
- 38. Square Proportion
- 39. Direct Inverse x2 y k = y/x2 x x2 y k = yx2 2 4 1 0,25 3 9 2,25 0,25 1 1 10 10 4 16 4 0,25 2 4 2,5 10 5 25 6,25 0,25 4 16 0,625 10 5 25 0,4 10 x 2 yαx k(constant) = y/x y-x graph = parabola y-x2 graph = straight line through origin. 2 1 y α /x2 k(constant) = x2y y-x graph = hyperbole y-1/x2 = straight line

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