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Lab Equipment Triple beam balance Thermometer Metric ruler measures mass, metric unit is the gram Measures temperature celsius/kelvin Measures length in centimeters or millimeters Sol PS-1

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Lab Equipment Graduated cylinder Spring scale Measures liquid volume, metric unit is milliliter or liter, read bottom of meniscus Measures force in Newtons

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Graphs Bar graph Line graph Demonstrates change that is not continuous. Indicates trends when the data cover a long period of time. Demonstrates continuous change. Independent variable is on the X axis Set of data called a data pair.

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Graphs Circular graphShows how each group of data relates to all of the data. Each part represents a category of the data.

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Scientific Terms Density Weight Mass The amount of matter per given volume. D=Mass/Volume A measure of the gravitational force on an object, varies with location The amount of matter in an object

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Scientific Terms VolumeThe amount of space that matter occupies Liquid volume is measured with a graduated cylinder (mL or L) The volume of a solid is measured with a metric ruler (LxWxH) which is cubic centimeters

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Scientific Terms Independent variable Dependent variable Also called the manipulative variable This is the variable that causes the change, the one you can control Located on the X axis Also called the responding variable

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Scientific Terms Dependent variable Constant variable Control Is the result of the manipulated variable Located on the Y axis Factors or variables that stay the same The group that does not get any special treatment

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Scientific Terms Scattergrams or Scatter Plots A graph that shows the relationship between two sets of data. Two sets of data are graphed as ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. Often shows a pattern, trend, or relationship between the variables

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Scientific Terms HistogramsType of bar graph used to display numerical data that have been organized into equal intervals.

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