Benchmarking is the act of comparing something with another based on a particular standard. There are different ways to benchmark when it comes to science in order to get accurate conclusions. How conversant are you with these methods? Take up the simple quiz below and find out. All the best!
Hypothesis
Independent variable
Dependent variable
Control
Hypothesis
Scientific law
Variable
Control
Independent variable
Dependent variable
Constant
Control
Variable
Graph
Table
Pen pal
Graph
Test
Notebook
Helper
Constants
Theories
Systems
Laws
Observation
Environment
Experiment
Inference
Independent
Dependent
Control
Constant
Test tube
Balance
Graduated cylinder
Cm ruler
Opinions
Evidence
Models
Experiments
Balance
Graduated cylinder
Spring scale
Cm ruler
Hammer
Test tube
Spring scale
Graduated cylinder
Length
Area
Volume
Mass
2.33 g
2.34 g
2.35 g
2.36 g
Hypothesis
Independent variable
Dependent variable
Conclusion
1 cm = 1 m
1 km = 1m
1 m = 1 km
1 m = 1 cm
2,3,1,4
3,2,1,4
3,2,4,1
2,3,4,1
Number of digits that can be included
Accuracy of the data
Way the data is organized
Amount of detail that can be included
Circle graph
Line graph
Bar graph
Any of the above
Approved
Unreproduceable
Repeatable
Accepted
Draw conclusions
Form a hypothesis
Recognize a problem
Test a hypothesis
Meter
Liter
Kilogram
Kelvin
Meter
Liter
Kilogram
Kelvin
Meter
Liter
Kilogram
Kelvin
Meter
Liter
Kilogram
Kelvin
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