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What is the systematic study of the universe to produce observations, inferences, and models?
What is the study of nonliving matter and energy?
What is the study of matter, energy, and the interactions between them?
What is the study of the composition, structure, properties of matter, and the changes in matter?
Uniformity and the law of cause and effect
Which two two things allow us to make predictions in science?
What is the system of moral values or theory of proper conduct one uses on a daily basis known as?
What are workable explanations of a description or phenomenon?
Which type of model explains a set of related phenomena?
Which type of model describes a phenomena under certain conditions?
What is the basis upon which models are assessed?
Observe a problem.
The first step of the Scientific Inquiry.
The second step of the Scientific Inquiry.
The third step of the Scientific Inquiry.
The fourth step of the Scientific Inquiry.
The fifth step of the Scientific Inquiry.
Analyze the data.
The sixth step of the Scientific Inquiry.
Conclude your experiment.
The seventh step of the Scientific Inquiry.
Communicate your findings.
The eighth step of the Scientific Inquiry.
Is the Scientific Inquiry linear or cyclical?
Is the Scientific Method linear or cyclical?
What is the initial, testable explanation of a phenomenon that drives your experiment?
What does the prefix "kilo-" mean?
What does the prefix "hecto-" mean?
What does the prefix "deca-" mean?
What does the prefix "deci-" mean?
What does the prefix "centi-" mean?
What does the prefix "milli-" mean?
Which prefix stands for 10^3?
Which prefix stands for 10^2?
Which prefix stands for 10^1?
Which prefix stands for 10^-1?
Which prefix stands for 10^-2?
Which prefix stands for 10^-3?