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SCIENCE :) By Gianna G.

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Controlled, Independent and Dependent Variables. A controlled variable is a variable that does not change. A Independent variable is a variable that can change. Lastly, a dependent variable is an observation.

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Qualitative and Quantitative. Qualitative is something you use with your five senses Smell. Sight, Touch, Hear and Taste. Quantitative is something you use for measuring, graphing, telling time, height. etc.

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Observations and Inferences. Observations is something you notice or detect about the world. Inferences are ideas formed from facts or evidence proved.

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5. Conclusion. After you collect your data you need to conclude. You need to conclude whether your hypothesis was correct or not and you need to conclude if your experiment helped your problem.

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4. Analyze data. After you end your experiment you have to collect your data and look at your results of the experiment.

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3. Experiment. You need to experiment your question. To do that you need to base off your hypothesis on what you think will help you improve on your problem.

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2. Hypothesis After you create a Question you form a Hypothesis. To form a hypothesis you have think what is going to happen in your experiment. Also, what you think will help you on your problem or improve your problem.

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1. Question

You need to ask a question before you start any other steps to the scientific method. You need to ask questions about what you are trying to help, improve or change. Also, to create a question it will be easier to see what you are experimenting.

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The steps to the scientific method is

1. Question

2. Hypothesis
3. Experiment
4. Collect Data
5. Conclusion

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