What is a visual verbal or mathematical representation designed to explain a natural phenomenon?
How are a hypothesis prediction and experiment related?
What is a statement that explains an observation?
What is the name given to a set of controlled observations that test a proposed explanation?
It involves making observations on the phenomenon being studied, suggesting explanations for the observations, and testing these possible explanations, also called hypotheses, by making new observations. A hypothesis is a scientist’s proposed explanation of a phenomenon which still must be tested.
What does experiment mean in science?
What is said of the hypothesis if the data gathered in an experiment is what is anticipated?
When an explanation has been supported by many experiments the explanation is a <UNK>?
|observation||using your senses to gather information|
|hypothesis||a testable prediction or a possible explanation for a set of observations|
|theory||an explanation based on many observations supported by experimental results|
What is an explanation of observations of events based on knowledge gained from many observations and investigations?
|scientific theory||an explanation of observations or events that is based on knowledge gained from many observations and investigations|
|scientific law||a rule that describes a repeatable pattern in nature|
|technology||the practical use of scientific knowledge|
Which is made by a scientist following experiments and observations?
What is an explanation supported by experimental results?
Which of the following is an explanation supported by experimental results?
What is an explanation for many hypotheses and observations called?
What is a scientific theory example?
Which steps are important when designing and conducting a scientific experiment?
What is a science inquiry?
Is gravity a law or theory?
Which statement best describes a scientific theory?
What is an example of scientific inquiry?
What are the 3 types of scientific inquiry?
What are controlled experiments?
: an experiment in which all the variable factors in an experimental group and a comparison control group are kept the same except for one variable factor in the experimental group that is changed or altered …