Bio Unit 1
Discussion of any errors or improvements that can be made in your experiment.
Degree of confidence you have in you measures and conclusion
Those variables in your experiment that do not change (keep the same).
The spread of measures between the highest and lowest recordings.
The calculated average of a set of data.
The amount of variation of measures with respect to the "mean"
The only variable that you change in an experiment.
A bell curve with 68%of measures falling within 1 standard deviation of the mean.
an "If....Then" statement about your independent and dependent variables in your experiment. What you think will happen.
A reference attributing work to the original author.
The measures that you observe and record in your experiment.
Statement that interprets your results relative to your hypothesis.
Related or associated with an observation, but not the cause of the change.
Circumstances or actions that produce a predicted or measurable change.
Show the inaccuracy of your measures on a graph.
Data that has been analyzed by calculating the man, standard deviation and graphing.
The variable that you measure in your experiment.
Bio Unit 1
Statistical Analysis Test