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  • Chapter 1 section 1 2

    1. 1. What is physical Science
    2. 2. What is Physical Science
    3. 3. What is Physical ScienceScience is a way of learning about the natural world
    4. 4. What is Physical ScienceScience is a way of learning about the natural worldObserving: Means using one or more senses to gatherinformation
    5. 5. What is Physical ScienceScience is a way of learning about the natural worldObserving: Means using one or more senses to gatherinformationQualitative observation: Don’t involve measurements
    6. 6. What is Physical ScienceScience is a way of learning about the natural worldObserving: Means using one or more senses to gatherinformationQualitative observation: Don’t involve measurementsQuantitative: Involves measurements
    7. 7. What is Physical ScienceScience is a way of learning about the natural worldObserving: Means using one or more senses to gatherinformationQualitative observation: Don’t involve measurementsQuantitative: Involves measurementsInferring: Explaining your observations
    8. 8. What is Physical ScienceScience is a way of learning about the natural worldObserving: Means using one or more senses to gatherinformationQualitative observation: Don’t involve measurementsQuantitative: Involves measurementsInferring: Explaining your observationsPredicting: Explaining what will happen
    9. 9. Study of matter and Energy
    10. 10. Study of matter and Energy Chemistry: Study of properties of matter and how matter changes
    11. 11. Study of matter and Energy Chemistry: Study of properties of matter and how matter changes Physics is the study of how matter and energy interact
    12. 12. Scientific Inquiry
    13. 13. Scientific InquiryScientific Inquiry refers to different ways scientistsstudy the natural world
    14. 14. Scientific InquiryScientific Inquiry refers to different ways scientistsstudy the natural worldThe Process of Inquiry Posing question developing hypotheses: Possible answer designing experiment: manipulated variable responding variable, controlled collecting and interpreting data draw conclusion communicate ideas

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