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Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

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GSJ Experiment (Tilt-a-Graph)

1. Read this page = https://sciencejournal.withgoogle.com/experiments/tilt-a-graph/ 2. Question: Can you graphs to tell a story (or create a message)? 3. Conduct your experiment 4. Using NOTE or VIDEO, answer the following questions: S.W.O.R.D. -- The summary of data from the experiment was...The experiment (did or did not) support the hypothesis, because...The relationship between the independent and dependent variables was...The reasons for my results are...Next time, I would improve the experiment by...and what I learned can be used to... Data—often represented as graphs—is the bread and butter of science. To reach a scientific conclusion of any kind requires observation and measurement—ideally, careful, repeated observation and measurement. The data collected becomes evidence that may (or may not) support a conclusion.

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Math, Art, STEAM
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