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Introduction to Physical Science--Vocabulary
An organized procedure for testing a hypothesis
Independent or manipulated variable
The factor adjusted by the experimenter.
Responding or dependent variable
The factor whose value changes because of a change in the independent or manipulated variable.
The factor that does not change in the experiment http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair- projects/project_variables.shtml#examples http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair- projects/project_variables.shtml#examples
A standard of comparison needed to draw a meaningful conclusion.
The act of testing, or putting to the proof.
Multiple experiments of same process to insure accuracy of data
A testable prediction
The sequence of instructions followed in solving a problem.
A single piece of information from which a conclusion can be drawn.
Experimental Design Some Terms.
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