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A theory is...
a) something that has been tested over and over again b) a possible answer to the question c) a fact of nature d)
A hypothesis is...
a) something that has been tested over and over again b) a possible answer to the question c) a fact of nature d)
A quantitative observation is...
a) an observation or data that is a measurement with a number b) an observation or data that describe something without a number c) d)
A qualitative observation is...
a) an observation or data that is a measurement with a number b) an observation or data that describe something without a number c) d)
You feed one tank of fish twice a day and one tank of fish one a day. After a week you weigh the fish to see if more food made them larger. What is your dependent variable?
a) How many times per day the fish were fed b) How much the fish weighed after one week c) The tank the fish were kept in d) The water the fish lived in
You feed one tank of fish twice a day and one tank of fish one a day. After a week you weigh the fish to see if more food made them larger. What is your independent variable?
a) How many times per day the fish were fed b) How much the fish weighed after one week c) The tank the fish were kept in d) The water the fish lived in
Different types of trees were grown in a greenhouse for 2 months. At the end the height was measured. What is an example of the control setup?
a) Different types of trees b) The height of the trees c) The greenhouse d) The trees grown outside of the greenhouse
Different types of trees were grown in a greenhouse for 2 months. At the end the height was measured. What is an example of a constant variable?
a) Different type of trees b) The height of the trees c) The greenhouse d) The trees grown outside of the greenhouse
Different types of trees were grown in a greenhouse for 2 months. At the end the height was measured. What is the dependent variable?
a) Different types of trees b) The height of the trees c) The greenhouse d) The trees grown outside of the greenhouse
Different types of trees were grown in a greenhouse for 2 months. At the end the height was measured. What is the independent variable?
a) Different types of trees b) The height of the trees c) The greenhouse d) The trees grown outside of the greenhouse
Quantitative or Qualitative? Feels very rough.
a) Quantitative b) Qualitative c) Both d)
Quantitative or Qualitative? The flower clusters in 3 blooms.
a) Quantitative b) Qualitative c) Both d)
Quantitative or Qualitative? The old plant smells rotten.
a) Qualitative b) Quantitative c) Both d)
Quantitative or Qualitative? The tree's leaves have grown by 5cm.
a) Quantitative b) Qualitative c) Both d)
Quantitative or Qualitative? The black hair is 12 inches long.
a) Quantitative b) Qualitative c) Both d)
A scientific law is...
a) something that has been tested over and over again b) a possible answer to the question c) a fact of nature d)
An independent variable is...
a) the results of the experiment; what is measured (height, weight, length, temperature, etc.) b) the factor that is being tested, the experimenter chooses to make this different. c) a factor that remains the same in each experimental condition. d)
A dependent variable is...
a) the results of the experiment; what is measured (height, weight, length, temperature, etc.) b) the factor that is being tested, the experimenter chooses to make this different. c) a factor that remains the same in each experimental condition. d)
A constant variable is...
a) the results of the experiment; what is measured (height, weight, length, temperature, etc.) b) the factor that is being tested, the experimenter chooses to make this different. c) a factor that remains the same in each experimental condition. d)
You want to know if soda makes fish jump higher. You give 1 fish a teaspoon of pepsi and one fish water. You measure how high each fish jumps. What is your independent variable?
a) soda b) height c) the frog that has water d) the surface that the frogs jump on
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