21 notecards = 6 pages (4 cards per page)
emergency safety equipment
equipment that is used in the event of an accident to help fix a problem
first Aid kit
a small supply of basic items to treat minor injuries
the acronym used to recall the proper operation of a fire extinguisher
preventative safety equipment
equipment used to prevent lab accidents
the proper method for smelling any substance in lab; using a hand to wave a scent toward your nose
a set of steps that scientists follow to design and complete experiments
using resources wisely; not wasting
the process of gathering information by using the senses
the false science
the systematic study of the natural world
informstion from an investigation including observations and measurements
a statement of what you believe will be the outcome of an experiment; usually an "if,then" expression
a logical conclusion drawn upon prior knowledge and the evidence provided
a set of "how to" steps that you follow to complete an experiment
all of the items used in a scientific investigation
a factor in an experiment
a a variable that is observed to record/ measure its reaction (how it changes) during an experiment
A variable that is controlled (intentionally changed) in order top observe the effect on another variable.
A part of an investigation that is identical to the experimental group except that the independent variable is not changed.
An organized procedure to study something.
An explanation supported by a great deal of evidence collected over a long period of time using the scientific method.