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18. Which of the following is the most reliable place to find information for a school project?
a) Sweet search b) Google c) Wikipedia d) Bing
17. Quantitative or Qualitative Data: The reaction turned red.
a) Quantitative b) Qualitative c) Not Me d) Not Me
16. Quantitative or Qualitative Data: Mike found 81 clams in the river.
a) Quantitative b) Qualitative c) Not Me d) Not Me
15. This is the variable that you measure or observe in an experiment.
a) variable b) constant c) independent variable d) dependent variable
14. This is a standard of comparison for checking the results of an experiment.
a) variable b) control c) constant d) controlled experiment
13. These are the variables that don't change in an experiment.
a) variable b) constants c) control d) dependent variable
12. This is an experiment where you only change 1 variable.
a) controlled experiment b) control c) constant d) variable
11. This is the variable that you change in an experiment.
a) variable b) control c) independent variable d) dependent variable
10. These are any factors that can be changed in an experiment.
a) variables b) constants c) control d) independent variable
9. What section of a Lab Report does the following go in: I thought that Soap A would float because it is less dense than water. My hypothesis was supported. When I placed the soap in water, it did float. I could improve the experiment by trying out
a) Hypothesis b) Procedures c) Data/Results d) Conclusion
8. What section of a Lab Report does the following go in: 1. Fill beaker with 50 mL of water. 2. Add 2 mL of unknown substance A to beaker. 3. Record what you observed.
a) Hypothesis b) Procedures c) Data/Results d) Conclusion
7. What section of a Lab Report does the following go in: a data table
a) Hypothesis b) Procedures c) Data/Results d) Conclusion
6. What section of a Lab Report does the following go in: Soap A will float because it is less dense than water.
a) Problem b) Hypothesis c) Materials d) Procedures
5. What section of a Lab Report does the following go in: Why do frogs make noise at night?
a) Problem b) Hypothesis c) Materials d) Procedures
4. What section of a Lab Report does the following go in: 3 beakers, water, baking soda, vinegar
a) Problem b) Hypothesis c) Materials d) Procedures
3. What do you do when you conduct an experiment and your hypothesis is supported?
a) Start over b) Communicate your results c) Don't Pick d) Not Me
2. What do you do when you conduct an experiment and your hypothesis is not supported?
a) Start over b) Communicate your results c) Don't Pick d) Not Me
1. What is an explanation based on observed fact or an idea of how things work?
a) hypothesis b) observation c) scientific method d) materials
19. Plagiarism is illegal. You can get in trouble.
a) True b) False c) Not Me d) Not Me
20. Is google a source or a search engine?
a) Source b) Search Engine c) Not Me d) Not Me
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