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A scientist tests how long different materials keep ice frozen. The scientist is ____.
a) asking a question b) making a prediction c) gathering data d) drawing a conclusion
Scientists often ask questions about what they observe.
a) false b) true c) d)
Sometimes scientists describe animals, plants, or rocks.
a) true b) false c) d)
Scientists ask questions that cannot be tested.
a) true b) false c) d)
A scientist observed what kind of food a bird eats. This is an example of ____.
a) descriptive design b) correlational design c) experimental design d) a hypothesis
A scientist looks for a relationship between dead fish and the water in a stream. This is an example of a(n) ____.
a) descriptive design b) correlational design c) experimental design d) conclusion
A scientist says, "My phone doesn't work. I think the battery is dead." The scientist is ____.
a) gathering data b) testing a hypothesis c) recording data d) forming a hypothesis
A scientist wonders, "Why doesn't the cell phone work?" The scientist is ____.
a) predicting an outcome b) asking a question c) observing nature d) making a conclusion
A scientist notices that birds with short, thick beaks eat seeds. The scientist is ____.
a) testing a hypothesis b) making an observation c) doing an experiment d) recording data
A scientist makes a bar graph. It shows how long materials keep ice frozen. The scientist is
a) recording data b) forming a hypothesis c) making a conclusion d) asking a question
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