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           Mrs. Carlineo’s
           Quest Review
             Topics Covered:
 Safety, Scientific Method, Observations,
    Inferences, Problem Statements,
      Hypotheses, Variables, Work


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 Vocabulary 1
                         science
The use of one or
 more of your         observation

 senses in order       inference
 to gather
 information        scientific method

 about the world    fair investigation
 around you
                        variable



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 Vocabulary 2
                         science
An orderly and
 systematic           observation

 approach to           inference
 solving a
 problem            scientific method

                    fair investigation


                        variable



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 Vocabulary 3
                         science
A factor or
 condition that       observation

 can change or         inference
 be changed
                    scientific method

                    fair investigation


                        variable



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 Vocabulary 4
                         science
An experiment
 that can be          observation

 repeated and          inference
 that is designed
 so that anyone     scientific method

 can do it and      fair investigation
 get similar
 results                variable



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 Vocabulary 5
                         science
A logical
 explanation          observation

 based on              inference
 observations
 and past           scientific method

 experiences        fair investigation


                        variable



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The Scientific Method 1
   Form a hypothesis
                          The steps to the
  Write a conclusion      left are out of
                          order!
  Test the hypothesis

  State the question      What is the first
                              step to the
Record and analyze data   scientific method?
  Collect information


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The Scientific Method 2
   Form a hypothesis
                           The steps to the
  Write a conclusion       left are out of
                           order!
  Test the hypothesis
                          After we state the
  State the question       question, what is
                           the second step to
Record and analyze data    the scientific
                           method?
  Collect information


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The Scientific Method 3
   Form a hypothesis
                          The steps to the
  Write a conclusion
                          left are out of
                          order!
  Test the hypothesis
                             After we’ve
  State the question           collected
                          information, what
                           is the third step
Record and analyze data
                           to the scientific
                                method?
  Collect information


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The Scientific Method 4
   Form a hypothesis
                          The steps to the
  Write a conclusion      left are out of
                          order!
  Test the hypothesis
                           Now that we’ve
  State the question            tested the
                           hypothesis, what
Record and analyze data     is the fifth step
                            to the scientific
  Collect information            method?

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The Scientific Method 5
   Form a hypothesis
                           The steps to the
  Write a conclusion       left are out of
                           order!
  Test the hypothesis

  State the question      Finally, what is the
                           sixth and last step
Record and analyze data     to the scientific
                                 method?
  Collect information


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     So to review the scientific
              method…
1.   State the question
2.   Collect information
3.   Form a hypothesis
4.   Test the hypothesis
5.   Record and analyze data
6.   Write a conclusion



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               Hypotheses 1
Which of the following statements is not a
correctly worded hypothesis:

If I study, I will do better on my quest.


If the time spent practicing increases, then the number of
Raven wins will increase.

If the shape of a parachute is triangular, then its ability
to stay aloft will increase.


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              Hypotheses 2
Which of the following statements is not a
correctly worded hypothesis:
If the total number of rushing yards decreases, then the
number of Raven wins will decrease.


If the amount of students increases, then the time it takes to
get through the lunch line increases.

If the time it takes to get through the lunch line
increases, then the number of students increases.


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                   Safety 1

Horseplay in the
science classroom is           Agree
never allowed.


                              Disagree


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                   Safety 2

Students should
always wait for                Agree
teacher instructions
before using any lab
materials.
                              Disagree


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                   Safety 3

It is okay to taste
or smell an unknown            Agree
substance if you are
99% sure of what it
is.
                              Disagree


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             Observation 1
Which observation
matches the picture   It is his fourth birthday.
below?

                       The cake will be blown
                           off the table.


                       A boy wearing a hat is
                        blowing out candles
                             on a cake.


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              Observation 2
Which observation
                      A girl wearing a skirt
matches the picture   is watering a flower.
below?

                      She loves gardening.




                      The flower will grow
                          even taller.



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                  Inference 1
Which inference
                         A boy is playing a video
matches the picture       game in front of the
below?                          television.


                          The boy is about to
                          beat the video game.



                         He is wearing an orange
                          shirt and blue pants.



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                   Inference 2
Which inference
                          The girl with dark hair
matches the picture          is putting money
below?                      into a piggy bank.


                          She is saving her money
                             for a skateboard.



                           Her favorite animals
                                are dogs.



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             Basic Variables 1
Which of the variables below will affect
      how often you catch a cold?
             (There may be more than one correct option.)


    The number of times
                                    How often you take vitamins
    you wash your hands



                                       How close you sit next
  Your favorite music group
                                          to a sick person



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             Basic Variables 2
Which of the variables below will affect
  the temperature of our classroom?
             (There may be more than one correct option.)


    The temperature of                  The number of fans
      the gymnasium                          turned on




 Your favorite pizza toppings         Mrs. Carlineo’s cat, Sam



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                      Variables 3
• Identify the independent variable in the
  problem statement below:
What is the effect of color on the frequency of a
 dachshund’s bark?


         color                   effect

     frequency              Dachshund’ s bark

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                     Variables 4
• Identify the dependent variable in the
  problem statement below:
What is the relationship between the distance my
 son hits a baseball and how loud I scream?

   Distance of hit            baseball

    loudness of the
        scream             relationship
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                   Work 1
• What is a LOAD?


     a force          unit for force

 the object moved       unit for
   by the force         distance
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                         Work 2
 Which of the factors listed below must
exist in order for scientific work to exist?
             (There may be more than one correct option.)


    the load must move                  a force must be
         a distance                    applied to the load

      the load must move                  the load must move
     perpendicular to the              in the same direction as
     direction of the force                    the force


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                   Work 3
Calculate the amount of work done by a
200N person as he lifts a 15N notebook
  onto his desk 1 meter from the floor

      300 J             3000 N

     3000 J                 15 J
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                      Work 4
Calculate the amount of work done by the student
      as he pulls his 25 N dog a distance of .15
                        meters:
          OJ

       3.75 J

       16.7 J
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Decide if the problem statement
      is worded correctly:
• What is the effect of the
  time it takes to return to
  class from lunch and the
  number of people in the
  hallway? accurate

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Decide if the problem statement
      is worded correctly:
• What is the relationship
  between the cafeteria
  workers and the food?
                    accurate

                   inaccurate
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Decide if the problem statement
      is worded correctly:
• What is the relationship between
  the number of crabby patties
  Sponge Bob cooks and the amount
  of money he makes?
                     accurate

                    inaccurate
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