Scientific Method

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12 questions
• Q1
An educated guess that is testable.
hypothesis
procedure
observation
data
30s
• Q2
variable
conclusion
research
hypothesis
30s
• Q3
Define an experiment.
A maze that you try to escape through questioning.
A situation developed to prove or disprove the hypothesis.
An uncomfortable situation you cannot control.
Randomly mixing chemicals to see what happens.
30s
• Q4
What are observations?
A situation developed to prove or disprove the hypothesis.
What is measured in the experiment.
To watch and take notes of all that occurs during the experiment.
To watch people and make fun of them.
30s
• Q5
Data that is measurable and given in numerical form.
quotient
qualitative
procedure
quantitative
30s
• Q6
Data that you see, smell, taste, hear, touch.
quotient
quantitative
procedure
qualitative
30s
• Q7
What does it mean to analyze data?
Compare apples and oranges.
Interpret a secret code to read the message.
Interpret information from an experiment to find out what it means.
Interpret information from the NFL draft.
30s
• Q8
What is learned from doing the experiment.
conclusion
question
dance moves
hypothesis
30s
• Q9
The last step of the Scientific Method.
Phone a friend.
Hide the results.
Destroy the results.
Share the results.
30s
• Q10
The variable that the scientist controls in an experiment.
control group
independent variable
explosive variable
dependent variable
30s
• Q11
This variable is what is measured in an experiment.
awkward variable
control group
dependent variable
independent variable
30s
• Q12
Define control group.
Group of crazy moms.
Group that is exposed to ideal, normal conditions.
Group that is exposed to freezing temperatures.
Group that rules the school.
30s

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