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# Quiz 1 - Scientific Processing

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Quiz 1 - Scientific Processing
Review and Checkpoint

Quiz Topic List Control Variables Controls and Constants Science
Scientific Question Hypothesis (2 parts) Conclusion Parts of Graph Reading a Graph Science Scientist 5 senses Observations qualitative quantitative Inferences Control

Check Point - Quiz 1 Review
1) What are the 5 senses used for in science? Give an example. 2) What is the relationship between the 5 senses and observations? 3) List the 5 senses 4) List and describe the differences between the two types of observations. 5) Make 2 qualitative and 2 quantitative observations about your yourself.

6) How are observations used to make inferences
6) How are observations used to make inferences? Use your answers to question 5 to make an inference about yourself. 7) Identify and Define the different variables. 8) What are controls and constants? Why are they important? How are they different?

9) What makes a good scientific question? (Format?)
10) What are the two parts of a hypothesis? 11) What should be in a good conclusion? (5 parts?) 12) What does a graph show? What are the parts

The End - Let’s review the answers

1) 5 senses are used to gather information about the environment, to make observations
2) To make observations you must use your 5 senses 3) sight, smell, hear, taste, and touch 4) Qualitative obs. describe qualities or traits, and Quantitative obs. describe amounts or numbers 5)

6) Inferences are explanations based on observations
6) Inferences are explanations based on observations. Inferences are interpretations of data collected using your senses 7) Independent – Cause, what is tested Dependent – Effect, what is measured 8) Controls are the group not tested on, used to compare, the regular or normal group Constants – the materials and set-up that are kept the SAME

9) How does ____IV___ affect the ____DV___?
10) If …. IV …. , then the predicted …DV … is … 11) A conclusion: restates the purpose; hypothesis; observations; inferences; and explains possible sources of error and further questions 12) A graph shows change over time …. All graphs must have a title, axis, scale, and origin.

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