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 How many variables are there? 3 What are their names? (the variables) 1. Independent 2. Dependent 3. Control/ Constant What does each variable mean? 1. Independent- the factor that you are testing in the experiment 2. Dependent- what you expect to happen because of the Independent Variable 3. Control/ Constant- the things in your experiment that must remain the same How many observations do scientists make? 2 What are their names? (the observations) 1. Quantitative 2. Qualitative What does each observation mean? 1. Quantitative- quantitative observations are usually placed in a graph, data table or chart, with 1 or 2 sentences explaining them 2. Qualitative- qualitative observations are difficult to graph, they usually involve sences and what a scientist sees, hears, feels, etc... -Qualitative observations are usually in the form of an experiment. -Remember to put the quantitative obsrevations in a data table, chart, or graph. What is a hypothosis? A proposed solution to a scientific problem What are the 3 words a hypothosis must always have in it? 1. If 2. Then 3. Because What is a variable? The factor being tested in an experiment