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Collecting and Analyzing Data There are two types of observations: qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative observations use words to describe what is observed during the experiment. These notes are kept in a journal or logbook. Quantitative observations use numbers, such as calculations and measurements that are recorded in data tables. Scientists around the world use the same system of measurement called the metric system. In your experiment the unit for volume is cubic meters (m 3 ). The unit for temperature is Kelvin (K). Create a data table for the quantitative data of the lab.

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    @lordhelix8th

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    o-o whoa....

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    - can youu help me wiff this lol

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    @Nnesha

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    ill try

  8. lordhelix8th
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    by any chance is this a lab report

  9. anonymous
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    - okay

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    @nevermind_justschool

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    yes

  12. lordhelix8th
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    There is no context to this question

  13. anonymous
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    - what is it asking me to do ?

  14. lordhelix8th
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    is the rest like this Designing an Experiment After developing your hypothesis, the next step in the inquiry process is to design a controlled experiment in order to test your hypothesis. In a controlled experiment, all variables are kept constant except the one that you are testing. The variables you keep the same are called controlled variables. The variable that you change or test is called the manipulated variable. The variable that responds to changes you make is called the responding variable. A. How would you design a controlled experiment to test the hypothesis you made about the volume of a gas? B. what is the manipulated variable in your experiment? C.What is the responding variable in your experiment?

  15. anonymous
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    @lordhelix8th yes i did that part already

  16. lordhelix8th
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    honstely the question ur asking donsent makes sense

  17. lordhelix8th
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    wait i might have somthing dou

  18. lordhelix8th
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    http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/53fb6081e4b0ae4669f8b16f-monica75-1408985047490-science12345.pdf does this help

  19. anonymous
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    - thats where i got the question from .

  20. lordhelix8th
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    oh

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