Weekly Vocabulary Quiz (Week Two)
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by Melly Angel
| 10 Questions
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Weekly Vocabulary Quiz (Week Two)
1
2 pts
What is the scientific defintion of an experiement?
2
1 pt
A variable is something that is NOT likely to change.
True
False
3
2 pts
Name two scientific "Material" that is shown in this picture?
4
2 pts
In science, the term "Theory" is applied only to ideas that are supported by a vast, diverse array of evidence. How is the term used in everyday life?
5
2 pts
What is the scientific defintion for the word procedure?
A an established or official way of doing something.
B a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner.
C a particular course of action intended to achieve a result.
D a surgical operation.
6
2 pts
Qualitative observation are descriptions that do not use numbers. For example, if you report colors, smells, tastes, textures, or sounds, you are making qualitative observations.
True
False
7
2 pts
Quantitative observations are often made using tools. Quantitative observation, do express as an amount that can be measured. For example, if you count objects or measure them with stnadard units, you are making a quantitative obersvation.
True
False
8
2 pts
Using the scientific word "Reliable," write a scientific sentence with using the the scientific word "Reliable."
9
2 pts
Scenario: Every day when I feed my bird, I notice that the food container at the bottom of the cage is always left untouched. On the other hand, the food container attached to the top side of the cage next to his perch is always empty.
Describe in one sentence the scientific problem that is developed in the scenario above.
10
2 pts
A scientific result is something that follows as a consequence.
True
False
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