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1 Guess the Covered Word Goal 1 EOC Review
2 Scientific Method A process that guides the search for answers to a question.
3 Conclusion A statement that explains the relationship between the variables of an experiment
4 Control Group This group shows what happens if there is no change to the independent variable.
5 Sample A group, subset, or portion of a population analyzed to estimate the characteristics of an entire population.
6 Hypothesis A possible explanation or tentative answer to a scientific question.
7 Dependent Variable This responds to a change in a scientific experiment.
8 Experimental Group Has conditions identical to the control group except the independent variable has been changed.
9 Independent Variable Variable that the scientist changes in a scientific experiment.
10 Bias A conscious or unconscious predisposition to a particular idea or conclusion.
11 Theory An explanation based on repeated observations that is subject to testing. Experiments support or disprove.
12 Prediction A statement suggesting what might happen, based on data and experiences.
13 Inference A deduction or assumption based on observations and prior knowledge.
14 Observation A record or note made by studying something using the senses.
15 Evidence Data and observations collected during a scientific experiment.
16 Model A comprehensive scientific explanation. Examples are drawings, 3-D structures, computer simulations, mathematical descriptions.
17 Biology The study of life. The science of asking questions about the natural world.
18 Scientific Question Questions that can be studied through observations, testing, and analysis
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