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What is the Scientific Method?
a) A series of steps scientists use to solve problems. b) A place where scientists do experiments. c) d)
An educated guess. A prediction.
a) Hypothesis b) Conclusion c) State the Problem/Purpose d) Analyze your results
I measured the temperature in the beaker after the chemical was added.
a) State the Problem b) Research c) Test your hypothesis/Experiment d) Conclusion
I wonder: “What will happen to the temperature in the beaker when chemical “A” is added?”
a) Hypothesis b) Analyze the results c) Research d) State the Problem/Purpose
I found that the temperature in the beaker increased 3 degrees Kelvin.
a) Test your hypothesis/Experiment b) Analyze the results c) Communicate your results d) Research
I repeated the experiment to make sure the results were valid.
a) Repeat the experiment b) Communicate your results c) State the Problem/Purpose d) Hypothesis
I guessed that the temperature in the beaker would decrease when chemical “A” is added.
a) Test your hypothesis/Experiment b) Research c) Repeat the Experiment d) Hypothesis
I concluded that the addition of chemical “A” causes a temperature increase.
a) Draw conclusions b) Analyze the results c) Communicate results d) Repeat the experiment
I used the internet and did a “google” search to find out about chemical “A”.
a) State the Problem/Purpose b) Hypothesis c) Research d) Communicate Results
Running in a lab is allowed if you are being careful.
a) True b) False c) d)
Never reach across a flame when performing experiments.
a) True b) False c) d)
You don’t have to notify your teacher for every little cut that you get on your finger during an experiment.
a) True b) False c) d)
You must wear safety goggles when performing experiments.
a) True b) False c) d)
It’s ok to taste and sniff unknown substances in a lab. You would never use anything in a lab experiment that could hurt you.
a) True b) False c) d)
You should never use broken or chipped glassware
a) True b) False c) d)
Always point test tubes away from you and other people in the lab when performing experiments.
a) True b) False c) d)
If you have extra time at the end of an experiment, it’s ok to mix left over chemicals to see what might happen.
a) True b) False c) d)
Your interpretations and opinions.
a) Observation b) Inference c) d)
It is a fact.
a) Observation b) Inference c) d)
A person is wearing a red shirt.
a) Observation b) Inference c) d)
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