• Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/50

Click to flip

50 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
Section 1
Statement of Problem
Section 2
Hypothesis
Section 3
Variables
Section 4
Standards of Comparison
Section 5
Materials and Procedure
Section 6
Qualitative Observations
Section 7
Quantitative Data
Section 8
Analysis and interpretation of data
Section 9
Possible Experimental Errors
Section 10
Conclusion
Section 11
Recommendations for further experimentation
Section 3a
Independent Variable
Section 3b
Dependent Variable
Section 3c
Controlled Variables
Section 7a
Data Table
Section 7b
Graph(s)
Section 7c
Statistics
Statement of problem
NGYT ("nugget")
Hypothesis
RVST ("rust")
Variables
IVID3O DIOD 4C ("iVideo diode force")
Standards of Comparison
WILS ("wills")
Materials and Procedure
SML SLOW DIRRT ("small slow dirt")
Qualitative Observations
TREPD ("trepid")
Data Table
RUSCLE ("rustle")
Graph(s)
SATTUL ("saddle")
Statistics
COVR ("cover")
Analysis and interpretation of data
RIDS DUST ("rids dust")
Possible Experimental Errors
RICE ("rice")
Conclusion
ERARS ("errors")
Recommendations for further experimentation
PASS OWF ("Pass auf!" = "Pay attention" in German)
NGYT
Narrows down topic area
Generalized variables
Yes/no - not one of those
Testable
RVST
Rationale
Variables (both types) included
Stand is taken
Trend predicted
IVID3O
Independent
Variable
Identified
Defined
3 levels or more
Operationally (defined)
DIOD
Dependent variable
Identified
Operationally-
Defined
4C
4
Controlled variables
WILS
Why SOC?
Identified
Logical-
Sense
SML
Separate
Material-
List
SLOW
(backwards)
Well-
Organized
Logical-
Sequence
DIRRT
Diagrams
Information to-
Repeat procedure
Repeated-
Trials
TREPD
Throughout
Results
Extra info
Procedure-
Deviations
RUSCLE
Raw data
Units
Sig figs
Condensed table
Labeled
Example calculations
SATTUL
Scale
Appropriate type
Title
Trends
Units
Labeled
COVR
Central tendency
Other stat
Variation
Regression analysis
RIDS
Response clear, concise
Interpret data
Discuss data
Supported by data
DUST
Detail
Unusual data points
Stats explained
Trends
RICE
Reasons for errors
Info about data-
Collection
Effects of errors
ERARS
Evaluate hypothesis
Restate hypothesis
Accept/reject hypothesis
Reasons why
Support with data
PASS
Practical-
Applications
Suggestions for improvement of
Specific experiment
OWF
Other-
Ways to look at hypothesis
Future experiment suggestions
How many sections are there?
11