# Record and Organize Data

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Record and Organize Data
Problem Question Hypothesis Predict Plan Your Experiment Gathering Data Record and Organize Data Analyzing Data Drawing Conclusions

Must be measurable/testable Must be an if…then statement, have an independent variable and increase/decrease Must be measurable/testable Decide on materials, safety codes, step-by-step procedures Variables: Dependent Independent Controlled

Observations: Qualitative and Quantitative
Measure, estimate, and calculate as the data is being collected Decide if you will use tables, charts, graphs, diagrams, and/or classify the data Is the hypothesis proven or disproven? Does it lead to the development of a new hypothesis or question? General to specific 3 M’s Intersect Interpolate and extrapolate Data trends or patterns Inferences related to data and background knowledge Sum up what was learned

Title: Problem: Hypothesis: Real Life Application * Sketch of Set-up

Experimental Design: Safety Codes: Materials: Independent Variable: Dependent Variable: Controls:

Step-by-Step Procedures:

Results Table Cup 1 Qualitative Data: Cup 2 Cup 3 Qualitative Data:
Starting Temp 3 min 6 min 9 min 12 min 15 min 18 min Cup 2 Starting Temp 3 min 6 min 9 min 12 min 15 min 18 min Cup 3 Starting Temp 3 min 6 min 9 min 12 min 15 min 18 min Qualitative Data:

Cup 4 Qualitative Data: Cup 5 Cup 6 Cup 6 Qualitative Data:
Starting Temp 3 min 6 min 9 min 12 min 15 min 18 min Qualitative Data: Cup 5 Starting Temp 3 min 6 min 9 min 12 min 15 min 18 min Cup 6 Starting Temp 3 min 6 min 9 min 12 min 15 min 18 min Qualitative Data: Cup 6 Starting Temp 3 min 6 min 9 min 12 min 15 min 18 min Qualitative Data:

Analysis and Conclusion
Hypothesis Proven/Disproven Supported by the data: (explain) Analyze Data: (analyze graph, trends and patterns) Summary of what I learned:

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