Scientific Method Problem Solving (Middle School)

12 Questions

This quiz is a middle school quiz. This will determine how well you do in Earth Science and Physics.

• 1.
Which variable could be measured during an experiment?
• A.

Independent Variable

• B.

Dependent Variable

• 2.
Which variable could be changed by the experimenter?
• A.

Independent Variable

• B.

Dependent Variable

• 3.
Which could be a factor that remains at the same phases of an experiment?
• A.

Observation(s)

• B.

Science

• C.

Scientific Method(s)

• D.

Technology

• E.

Constant(s)

• 4.
What is a standard used for comparison called?
• A.

Constant(s)

• B.

Control(s)

• C.

Scientific Method(s)

• D.

Science

• E.

Technology

• 5.
What are new products or tools made, because of knowledge gained through science called?
• A.

Observation(s)

• B.

Inference(s)

• C.

Hypothesis

• D.

Technology

• E.

Scientific Method(s)

• 6.
What is an educated statement that could be tested called?
• A.

Observation(s)

• B.

Science

• C.

Hypothesis

• D.

Scientific Method(s)

• E.

Technology

• 7.
What is the process of understanding the world called?
• A.

Science

• B.

Technology

• C.

Constant(s)

• D.

Control(s)

• E.

Observation(s)

• 8.
What are step-by-step approaches to solving problems called?
• A.

Science

• B.

Technology

• C.

Scientific Method(s)

• D.

Inference(s)

• E.

Constant(s)

• 9.
What is a conclusion about an observation called?
• A.

Technology

• B.

Hypothesis

• C.

Science

• D.

Inference(s)

• E.

Scientific Method(s)

• 10.
What is it called if I use my senses to gather bits of information called?
• A.

Control(s)

• B.

Science

• C.

Constant(s)

• D.

Hypothesis

• E.

Observation(s)

• 11.
What is the 1st step to the scientific method?
• A.

Observe and Infer

• B.

Recognize the Problem

• C.

Plan the Experiment

• D.

• E.

Communicate

• 12.
What would be the final step to the scientific method?
• A.

Communicate

• B.

Observe and Infer

• C.

Draw Conclusion

• D.

Do the Experiment

• E.

Draw Conclusions

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