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Which is a quantitative observation?
a) The chimp is strong. b) The chimp has a good grip. c) The chimp climbed 5 meters. d) The chimp is fast.
Which is a qualitative observation?
a) The chimp has a good grip. b) The chimp climbed 5 meters. c) The chimp is 1.5 meters tall. d) The chimp has 3 siblings.
The process that involves posing a question, forming a hypothesis, designing an experiment, collecting data, drawing conclusions, and communicating is called.
a) scientific theory b) scientific notation c) scientific claims d) scientific inquiry
Every step in the process described above can lead back to which step?
a) pose question b) design an experiment c) collect data d) draw a conclusion
What can you infer about the way scientists study the natural world?
a) They always use the exact same linear process. b) They study the natural world in many ways. c) They always start with step 1. d) They always end with drawing conclusions.
What is the difference between quantitative and qualitative observations?
a) Qualitative deals with numbers and quantitative deal with everything but numbers. b) Qualitative deals with numbers and quantitative deal with colors and numbers. c) Quantitative deals with numbers and qualitative deal with colors and numbers. d) Quantitative deals with numbers and qualitative deal with everything but numbers.
Which is an example that explains how technology can be both positive and negative.
a) Electricity gives us power but can kill you. b) Cars get us from point A to point B. c) Pesticides hurt the environment. d) Computers let us find information.
Why is honesty especially important in a scientist when the results of an experiment go against predictions?
a) He should lie and not report the findings that go against the norm. b) If he reports true results, he may be ridiculed. c) If he is not honest and reports false results, it may lead other scientist down the wrong path. d) If he is not honest, he will make more money.
Explain why using two manipulated variables in an experiment would not be wise.
a) If an experiment had two manipulated variables, there would be no way to tell which one caused the results. b) If an experiment had two manipulated variables, you can make manipulate the results. c) If an experiment had two manipulated variables, there would be too many things to calculate. d) If an experiment had two manipulated variables, there would be good results.
Which statement best describes the safety precautions you should follow at the end of a lab experiment.
a) Clean area and pour all liquids down the sink. b) Clean area and wash hands. c) Clean area, dispose of items properly, put up equipment and wash hands. d) Tie back hair and wear goggles while you wash your hands.
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