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The Scientific Method | ||

1 | What is Science? | Answer |

2 | Give one example of the Power of Science. | Answer |

3 | What is a Phenomenon? | Answer |

4 | What is information from making Measurements called? | Answer |

5 | When is Data called Evidence? | Answer |

6 | How can Evidence be used by People? | Answer |

7 | When is Data Reliable? | Answer |

8 | When Evidence Valid? | Answer |

9 | What does Reproducible mean? | Answer |

10 | What is a Hypothesis? | Answer |

11 | What is Direct Observation? | Answer |

Variables | ||

12 | What kind of things are Variables? | Answer |

13 | What kind of Values do Variables have? | Answer |

14 | Is Length a Variable? | Answer |

15 | What is an Independent Variable? | Answer |

16 | What is Dependent Variable? | Answer |

17 | What is a Fair Test? | Answer |

18 | What will a Trial Run tell you? | Answer |

19 | Where a pattern is changing quickly, measurements should be? | Answer |

20 | What is a Continuous Variable? | Answer |

21 | What is a Categoric Variable? | Answer |

22 | Do Categoric Variables give more information than Continuous Variables? | Answer |

23 | Give an example of an Ordered Variable. | Answer |

24 | Do Ordered Variables give more information than Continuous Variables? | Answer |

25 | What kind of Values can a Discrete Variable have? | Answer |

26 | What is a Linear relationship between Variables? | Answer |

27 | What does Directly Proportional mean? | Answer |

Links and Errors | ||

28 | What does Causal mean? | Answer |

29 | Give an example of a Causal Link. | Answer |

30 | What does a Link due to Association mean? | Answer |

31 | What does Chance Occurrence mean? | Answer |

32 | Is the information from Chance Occurrence Valid? | Answer |

33 | What is the difference between Accuracy and Precision? | Answer |

34 | Does Scientific Data always have Errors? | Answer |

35 | What are Random Errors? | Answer |

36 | What is a Systematic Error? | Answer |

37 | When is a Value called Anomalous? | Answer |

Presenting Data | ||

38 | What is meant by the Range of the Data? | Answer |

39 | What type of Value is called the Mean? | Answer |

40 | When would you use a Bar Chart? | Answer |

41 | How would you present Data if both Variables are Continuous? | Answer |

42 | What is a Scattergram? | Answer |

43 | What can a Line of Best Fit do? | Answer |

Evaluation | ||

44 | What does Evaluation mean? | Answer |

45 | What is a Journal? | Answer |

46 | Why is Spin bad? | Answer |

47 | What is the difference between Prejudice and Bias? | Answer |

48 | Does Improved Technology benefit everyone? | Answer |

49 | Are there some questions that can Never be answered by science? | Answer |

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