Chapter 1 Test Review (complete)

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40 questions
• Q1
organized way of gathering and info about the natural world by observing and experimenting
science
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• Q2
the closeness of two or more numbers to each other
precise
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• Q3
the closesness of a number to the expected/accepted value
accurate
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• Q4
a measure of how inaccurate (wrong) a measurement is
percent error
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• Q5
aka responding variable ; plotted on y-axis
dependent variable
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• Q6
aka manipulated variable ; plotted on x-axis
independent variable
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• Q7
info gained using 5 senses
observation
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• Q8
proposed answer usually written as "if...then" statement
hypothesis
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• Q9
logical steps used to the solve of a scientific problem
scientific method
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• Q10
step where graphs and charts are made and interpreted
analyze data
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• Q11
group that gets the independent variable
experimental group
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• Q12
group that does NOT get the independent variable
control group
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• Q13
conditions kept the same during experiment
constants
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• Q14
graph that shows percents ; parts of a whole
pie / line
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• Q15
a well-supported explanation for a broad set of observations
theory
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• Q16
a short statement that summarizes the results of many observations and experiments
law
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• Q17
Examples are gloves, goggles, lab coat, apron
PPE
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• Q18
Examples are fire extinguisher, first aid kit, safety shower, fume hood
Other safety equipment
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• Q19
a fume hood's purpose is to protect this body system of the body from possibly dangerous vapors
respiratory
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• Q20
last 2 things done after lab is finished
clean up and wash hands
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