|knowledge about or study of the natural world based on facts learned through experiments and observations.
|the act or instance of noticing or perceiving.
|to guess, speculate, surmise.
|to foretell the future, a wild guess.
|chemical properties, reactions.
|any medicine, a drug or medicament.
|knowledge and understanding of scientific ideas, as well of understanding the natural world.
|a mere assumption of a guess.
|a numerical characteristic of a population, as distinct from a statistic of an example.
|you can change the variable that will increase or decrease.
|a test where the person is conducting the test.
|facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis.
|sharing or exchange information of news, or ideas.
|a system or thing used as in the example.
|a well-substantiated explanation of the natural world.
|a statement based on repeated experimental observations that describe some aspects of the universe.
|a diagram showing the relation between variable quantities.
|A coordinate system along which the x-coordinate is measured.
|The axis, usually vertical, along which the ordinate is measured and from which the abscissa is measured.
|the point or place where something begins or is derived.
|a grid that has two perpendicular lines, or axes,labeled like numbers.
|Line of best fit
|a straight line drawn through the center of a group data points plotted on a scattered plot.
|Linear graphs can be sketched or plotted.
|a surface on which one end or side is at a higher level than another.
|A nonlinear graph is a graph depicted, is not a straight line.
|Anything that can be expressed as a number.
|expressing a certain amount,quality, or range.