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1.1: Scientific Ways of Thinking

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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conclusion

The answer to the proposed question; the meaning of the result or outcome of the experiment based on the evidence.

evidence

Any type of data that may be used to test a hypothesis.

experiment

A test to see if a hypothesis is right or wrong; a test to obtain new data.

hypothesis

A proposed explanation for something that is testable; a proposed explanation that tries to explain an observation.

observe

To watch and study attentively.

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