Science

Science is questioning the universe to find how everything works. You can either observe your focus, or experimentation on the world.

Table of Science


Natural Science Social Science Formal Science
Basic Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Science, Space Science Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Human Geography, Psychology Logic, Mathematics, Statistics
Applied Engineering, Agricultural Science, Medicine, Material Science Business Administration, Public Policy, Law, Pedagogy, International Development Computer Science

Key, well THinGz

Scientific Method - A Series of steps used for scientific investigation.
Observation - The act of gathering facts and making notes about events.
Experimentation - The act of designing and conducting experiments or tests.
Variable(s)- Parts of an experiment that can change and/or cause a change in the results.
Constant(s)- The part of the experimentation that doesn't change.
Control - A test group in an experiment where a variable is not changed.
Hypothesis - An idea that predicts how anything works
- A simple statement that can be tested to see if it is true or false.
Theory - An idea correctly predicts how something will behave, it is a theory.
If an idea explains all the facts, or evidence that we have found, it is also a theory.

Practice:
____1.Come up with a question
____2.Develop a hypothesis
____3.Design an experiment to test your hypothesis
Question: The amount of force you put on a marker will affect the lifetime
Hypothesis: Pushing harder on a marker makes its lifetime shorter
Experiment: Push Gradually harder on markers and then repeat for one week ( or more )

Variable: Push Force ( One Minute each day )
Constant:Markers ( same ink, brand, color )



6/3/2020

Q: Why does the angle of a slope matter (giddet?) when you are rolling a ball down it to get speed?

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5/28/2020

Q:Why do stars die?

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5/26/2020

Q:how does friction make heat?

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5/20/2020

Q:How do tall towers not fall down even when the wind up there is blowing?

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5/19/2020

Q:Why do two objects, say, a bowling ball and a golf ball hit the ground at the same time when I drop them from a 30 meter hight?

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4/28/2020

Q:How does A pencil let you write?

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4/9/2020

Q:How does a ships rudder turn a ship?

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4/6/2020

Q:Why does the brain lose the ability to learn as much after a while?

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4/6/2020

Q: How do propellers propel planes forward?

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4/1/2020

Q:How do fruits ripen after picking?

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