# Write your answers on a sheet of paper. BE HONEST! The winner gets a prize! If your table partner is cheating, he or she could be taking your prize!

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Write your answers on a sheet of paper. BE HONEST! The winner gets a prize! If your table partner is cheating, he or she could be taking your prize!

 What is the name of this measuring tool?

 Triple beam balance

 What is a Triple beam balance used to measure?

 It is used to measure mass.

 What is the name of this measuring tool?

 Meter stick

 What is a meter stick used to measure?

 It is used to measure distance (length, width, or height).

 What is the name of this measuring tool?

 What is a graduated cylinder used to measure?

 It is used to measure the volume of liquids and irregular objects (odd- shaped objects).

 What is the standard unit for measuring mass?

 The standard unit for measuring mass is gram.

 What is the standard unit for measuring the volume of liquids?

 Liter is the standard unit for measuring the volume of liquids.

 What is the standard unit for measuring the volume of regular objects (like a box)?

 Cm 3 (cubic centimeters) is the standard unit for measuring the volume of regular objects (like a box).

 There are two types of observations. What are they?

 Qualitative observations  and  quantitative observations.

 Are qualitative observations descriptive (described with 5 senses) or can they be expressed in numbers?

 Qualitative observations are descriptive (described with 5 senses).

 Qualitative observation  or  quantitative observation?  The guinea pig is soft and has long hair.

 Qualitative observation

 Observation  or  inference?  The guinea pig must be warm because it has long hair.

 inference

 Fill in the blank.  When scientists ___________, they group things together based on how they are alike.

 When scientists classify, they group things together based on how they are alike.

 Fill in the blank.  Scientists make ___________, or state what they think might happen.

 Scientists make predictions, or state what they think might happen.

 Fill in the blank.  The science skill used by scientists when they keep careful records and record data in neat tables and charts is called ____________ and __________.

 The science skill used by scientists when they keep careful records and record data in neat tables and charts is called record and organize.

 Fill in the blank.  When scientists _________ they study the data and look for patterns or trends.

 When scientists analyze they study the data and look for patterns or trends.

 Fill in the blank.  “Is the hypothesis accepted or rejected? What have you learned from this experiment?”  These are some of the questions scientists ask when they write their ___________.

 “Is the hypothesis accepted or rejected? What have you learned from this experiment?”  These are some of the questions scientists ask when they write their conclusion.

 When is it necessary for scientists to estimate?

 When they cannot

 What does a meteorologist make? a.Money b.Predictions c.Bread d.meteors

 What does a meteorologist make? b. Predictions

 What is a hypothesis (Do NOT use the words “educated guess”)?

 A hypothesis s uggests an answer to the problem. It must be a testable statement in an “If, then” format (cause & effect)

 Qualitative or Quantitative Observation?  The Sun is 93,000,000 (93 million) miles from Earth.

 Qualitative or Quantitative Observation?  The Sun is 93,000,000 (93 million) miles from Earth.  Quantitative Observation

 Qualitative or Quantitative Observation?  The Sun converts (changes) hydrogen gas to helium gas.

 Qualitative or Quantitative Observation?  The Sun converts (changes) hydrogen gas to helium gas.  Qualitative Observation

 What is the first part of the Scientific Method Process? A. State a conclusion B. Create a hypothesis C. Carry out an experiment D. Write a scientific problem or question

 What is the first part of the Scientific Method Process? D. Write a scientific problem

 What is the sixth part of the Scientific Method Process? A. Make graphs to compare data B. Design a procedure C. Record and organize data D. Make observations

 What is the sixth part of the Scientific Method Process? C. Record and organize data

 Creating a hypothesis is which step in the Scientific Method Process? A. First B. Third C. Fifth D. Seventh

 Creating a hypothesis is which step in the Scientific Method Process? B. Third

 An independent variable (I.V.) is A. the measured variable in an experiment, effect B. a summary that explains whether or not the data support the hypothesis C. observations and measurements made during an experiment D. the changed or manipulated variable in an experiment, cause

 Data are… A. observations and measurements made during an experiment B. the group in an experiment that is used as a comparison for the other groups (“Normal” conditions) C. a possible solution of a problem based upon information D. a question to investigate

 Data are… A. observations and measurements made during an experiment

 A conclusion is… A. a summary that explains whether or not the data support the hypothesis B. a possible solution of a problem based upon information C. a question to investigate D. the measured variable in an experiment, effect

 A conclusion is… A. a summary that explains whether or not the data support the hypothesis

 What is missing from the graph? Name of Animal

 What is missing from the graph? Name of Animal Missing Label

 What is the label on the Y-axis? Name of Animal Animal Population

 What is the label on the Y-axis? Name of Animal Animal Population