Quiz #1: Cause and Effect, Observations, Inferences, and the Nature of Science
What is your name? *
First and Last
What is your class? *
Which statement is not true? *
Explain why the statement you chose (above) is not true with an example.
You must write in a complete sentence to receive full credit. "The statement I chose is not true because ______. For example, _____."
Which of the following is the best cause and effect sentence? *
Which statement is not true? *
Explain why the statement you chose (above) is not true with an example.
You must write in a complete sentence to receive full credit. "The statement I chose is not true because ______. For example, _____."
The greenhouse effect is the process that traps heat in the Earth's atmosphere by which solar energy is both absorbed by Earth and re-radiated (bounced back) in all directions. Check all of the statements (below) about the greenhouse effect that are true. *
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Combine the following sentences using a cause and effect transitional "signal" word: People around the world love McDonalds. The amount of methane-producing livestock increases.
Rewrite the following sentence: "One cause of global warming is that forests are being cut down, and the effect is that there is an increase in carbon dioxide lingering in the Earth’s atmosphere.”
Make the sentence better using what you have learned about cause and effect transitional "signal" words.
What is the best definition of a scientific "observation"? *
Which of the following does not set up the proper structure for writing an inference? *
What is data?
Make sure to write in complete sentence(s) to receive full credit.
What is the difference between qualitative and quantitative observations? *
Which of the following is an example of a quantitative observation? *
What is the problem with making a scientific measurement and not writing the unit?
Which is correct? *
Choose the best statement.
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