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Grouping things according to how they are alike and how they are different.
CLASSIFYING
arrange or assign in a class
A final opinion reached after finishing an investigation.
CONCLUSION
the concluded ending
Using written and spoken word, graphs, tables, illustrations, diagrams, or maps to give information to others.
COMMUNICATION
How you want someone to listen to you.
Information collected during an investigation.
DATA
The answers you came up with.
A test or trial done under controlled conditions in order to discover something unknown.
EXPERIMENT
What a scientist does to test something.
Stating an idea that can be tested by doing an experiment or investigation; states what you intend to prove right or wrong.
HYPOTHESIS
Brainstorming
To explain a conclusion based on what you know or proved during an investigation.
INFER
A synonym for experiment.
INVESTIGATION
Developing and using appropriate units of measureing for length, area, volume, time, weight and temperature.
MEASURING
Sometimes you use a ruler to find out how long something is.
A scientific tool used for closely observing small objects.
MICROSCOPE
What you use to check something really small out.
Using the five senses to find out about objects and events.
OBSERVING
You will use touching, tasting, seeing, hearing and smelling for this.
Conditions that can change an experiment in orde to affect the outcome.
VARIABLES
Sounds almost like VERBALS.