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What involves evaluating observations and data to reach a conclusion?
Evaluating involves comparing observations and data to reach a conclusion about them. When a scientist is _______, he or she is comparing observations and data to reach a conclusion. Both involve making observations, but predictions are about what will happen and inferences are about what has happened.
When scientists evaluate their observations and data to reach a conclusion about them it is called?
Science 6 Chapters 1 and 2 – There are 62 questions in this activity.
|Comparing observations and data to reach a conclusion about them is which science skill?||evaluating|
|Observaions must be these 3 things||Specific; True; Not an Opinion|
|You use tools and take measurements with what science skill?||observing|
What are observations from which a conclusion can be drawn?
Observations and Data are FACTS. Scientists use observations and data to draw a conclusion. Observations lead to the recording of data. Scientists ask questions about their observations and then collect data to answer their questions, then they have their evidence.
When a scientist is evaluating he or she is?
When a scientist is evaluating, he/she is what? Comparing observations and data to reach a conclusions about them.
Can you make an inference without any observation?
Can you make an inference without having made any observations? Yes, because it can be based on what your experience and what you observe.
Is a way of learning about the natural world?
Science is a way of learning about what is in the natural world, how the natural world works, and how the natural world got to be the way it is. It is not simply a collection of facts; rather it is a path to understanding.
What are the 2 main types of scientific inquiry?
The word Science is derived from Latin and means “to know”
What was the scientist’s conclusion?
A scientific conclusion is the final claim of the scientist made upon analyzing the experimental data (evidence). Unlike a hypothesis (tentative claim of the scientist), the conclusion is a claim that has been tested.
What are the 5 science processes?
Science process skills include observing qualities, measuring quantities, sorting/classifying, inferring, predicting, experimenting, and communicating.
What is the most important thing about science?
In order to do scientific activity, to know the truth of nature through study or research, scientist must do that based on empiricism, experimentation and methodological. Those three foundations in science are integrated into a so-called scientific method. This is the most important thing in science.
What are examples of observations?
Scientific Observation Examples
- A scientist looking at a chemical reaction in an experiment.
- A doctor watching a patient after administering an injection.
- An astronomer looking at the night sky and recording data regarding the movement and brightness of the objects he sees.