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Game Board Science Methods 100 An educated guess made based on observations or things you know.
Game Board Science Methods 100 A What is an hypothesis?
Game Board Science Methods 200 Scientists ask _______ based on things they observe. Answer
Game Board Science Methods 200 A Answer What are questions?
Game Board Science Methods 300 Things a scientist does to test their hypothesis. (four answers) Answer
Game Board Science Methods 300A Answer What are experiment, build a model, make more observations, and measure?
Game Board Science Methods 400 In order to be reliable and accepted a discovery must be ____________. Answer
Game Board Science Methods 400A Answer What is repeatable?
Game Board Science Methods 500 Once data is collected scientists must _________________ it before making conclusions. Answer
Game Board Science Methods 500A What is analyze?
Game Board Models 100 A collection of structures, cycles, and processes that relate to and interact with one another. Example: water cycle Answer
Game Board Models 100A What is a system?
Game Board Models 200 Name a type of model that you can not touch. Answer
Game Board Models 200A What is an idea model? E = mc 2
Game Board Models 300 A weather man might use this type of model in a telecast. Answer
Game Board Models 300 A What computer models?
Game Board Models 400 A model airplane is this type of model. Answer
Game Board Models 400A What is a physical model?
Game Board Models 500 Give an example of a computer model, a physical model and an idea model. Answer
Game Board Models 500 A Physical: AWV Boat Computer: Video game, flight simulator Idea : a x b = b x a
Game Board Oak Lake 100 Turbidity of the water is measured with a_______ ______. Answer
Game Board 100A What is a secchi disk?
Game Board Oak Lake 200 Why is it important to know the dissolved oxygen level in a lake? Answer
Game Board Oak Lake 200A Animals like fish, tadpoles and insect nymphs breath oxygen through their gills.
Game Board Oak Lake 300 Acids and base are measured with this scale. Answer
Game Board Oak Lake 300A What is the pH scale?
Game Board Oak Lake 400 These chemicals can enter the lake from run off of farm land fertilizers. Answer
Game Board Oak Lake 400A What are nitrates and phosphates?
Game Board Oak Lake 500 A chemical with a pH of less than 7 is a _______. Answer
Game Board Oak Lake 500A What is an acid?
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 100 First a scientist will ______and question something they see in the natural world. Answer
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 100A What is observe?
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 200 Following the hypothesis is the Answer
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 200A What is experiment? Also accept: model, measure, observe.
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 300 Pieces of information recorded on a table are called. Answer
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 300A What is data?
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 400 Factors that can be changed in an experiment are called. Answer
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 400A What are variables. Give an example of a variable.
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 500 These are variables that remain unchanged in an experiment. Answer
Game Board Parts of an Experiment 500A What is a constant. Example: in the fertilizer experiment the amount of water each plant received was a constant.
Game Board Miscellaneous 100 On which axis does the dependent variable go on a graph? Answer
Game Board Miscellaneous 100A What is the Y axis? X Y
Game Board Miscellaneous 200 In the fertilizer experiment, the height was the ____________ variable. Answer
Game Board Miscellaneous 200A What is dependent variable?
Game Board Miscellaneous 300 The practical use of science; or applied science. Answer
Game Board Miscellaneous 300A What is technology?
Game Board Miscellaneous 400 A rule that describes a pattern in nature is a scientific ______. Answer
Game Board Miscellaneous 400A What is law?
Game Board Miscellaneous 500 At the end of an experiment a scientist must make inferences and draw _____________. Answer
Game Board Miscellaneous 500A What are conclusions?
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