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Conclusion
a statement that sums up what you have learned from an experiment and is not necessarily the end of a scientific experiment.
Control(Setup)
part of an experiment that does not contain the variable.
Data
The facts, figures, and other evidence gained through observation.
Empirical
Based on observation, data or experiment; not on theory
Experimental Setup
Part of an experiment that contains the variable.
Hypothesis
A possible explanation for a set of observations or an answer to a scientific question. ( a hypothesis is a testable explanation.)
Inference
An interpretation based on observation and prior knowledge.
Law
Scientific theory that has been tested many times and is generally accepted as true.
Observation
Using all five senses to gather information.
Qualitative
Data concerned with quality.
Quantitative
Data that is concerned with quantity.
Scientific Method (inquiry)
Systematic approach to problem solving.
Theory
A well-tested concept that explains a wide range of observations.
Variable
Any factor that can change in an experiment.