The dependent variable does not change and the independent variable does change.
The independent variable does not change and the dependent variable does not change.
The dependent variable is the control and the independent variable is the result.
The dependent variable changes based on the independent variable.
Most atoms are too large to study in the lab
An atom is very small, and a model aids in its study
Most atoms are too far away for scientists to sudy in a lab
All atoms are too dangerous to study without a model
A stem-and leaf plot
A box-and whisker plot
It cannot show the relative sizes of each planet
It cannot show how planets orbit the sun
It does not show the gravitational force exerted by each planet
It does not show the order of planets, from closet to the sun to farthest from the sun
Two or more atoms joined together by chemical bonds
It is found inside the nucleus of an atom
A substance that cannot be broken down into simpler materials
A substance made up of two or more substances.
The are shiney
They do not conduct heat.
They are an insulator of electricity.
They crumble if hit.
A lake freezes over into ice.
A metal bar is rolled into a flat sheet
Vinegar bubbles when baking soda is added.
Sand, water and salt combined to form a mixture.
Aluminum, iron, magnesium
Argon, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen
Carbon, hygrogen, nitrogen,
Chlorine, hydrogen, oxygen
Carbon has a negative charge
Nitrogen has a negative charge.
They have different numbers of protons
Carbon can be broken down into simpler substances.
K, Ca, Sc
Fr, Ra, Ac
Ca, Y, Hf
Li, Na, K
Both potetial and kinetic energy
Neither potential energy or kinetic energy
Its temperature decreases significantly.
Its temperature remains relatively constant.
Its temperature increases until it exceeds the temperature of the oatmeal.
Its temperature increases significantly, bt does not exceed the temperature of the oatmeal.
Electrical energy from the wall outlet.
Heat energy from the bulb
Thermal energy from the bulb
Electrical energy from the battery
Wind energy to produce electrical energy
Solar energy to produce mechanical energy
Thermal energy to produce chemical energy
Energy from moving water to produce mechanical energy.
Kinetic to mechanical energy
Chemical to potential energy
Potential to kinetic energy
Mechanical to electrical energy