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• the difference between a measurement and its accepted value
• the explanation of the results of an experiment as it applies to the hypothesis being...
• scientific experiment: a standard to which the results are compared• ...
• an independent variable is the only factor that is allowed to be adjusted, with the...
• experiment: the factor that changes in response to a change in the independent...
• to estimate the value of a quantity that falls outside the range in which its values...
• to predict the outcome of an experiment• a testable proposal used to explain...
• experiment: the factor that is selected or adjusted to see what effect the...
• the estimation of a middle value by reference to known values on each side
• the process of watching something or someone carefully to find information / see...
• the accuracy to which a calculation is performed, indicated as a specific value
• a forecast about what you expect to observe when you do an investigation
• a theory, rule or natural / scientific law
• a method of way of doing something, especially the usual / expected way
• a series of marks at fixed intervals used as a reference standard in measurement
• the knowledge and understanding of scientific concepts and processes required for...
• the direction of a line on a graph• calculated by determining the ratio of...
• greater accuracy of measurement for one observable variable entails less accuracy...
• establishes whether the results obtained meet all of the requirements of the scientific...
• a factor that can influence the outcome of an experiment
• a graphical illustration of the relationship between various sets of data