1.) Paris conducted an experiment to see if other paper airplane designs would fly farther than the kind that she makes. She researched other types of paper airplanes and decided to make four other designs and measure each distance of flight. What would be her control in this experiment?

A.) the different kinds of planes that she researched
B.) the type of paper used
C.) how hard she throws each plane
D.) the distance that her original airplane flies

2.) What is her variable in this experiment?

A.) the different designs of paper airplanes
B.) the types of paper used
C.) how hard she throws each plane
D.) the distance that her original plane flies

3.) After she recorded all of her data, she looked at her results carefully and put her information into bar graphs. What part of the scientific inquiry is this?

A.) hypothesis
B.) designing the experiment
C.) creating charts and graphs
D.) conclusion

4.) After she looked over all of her data and graphs. She realized that the data didn't support her hypothesis. What part of the inquiry is this?

A.) drawing conclusions
B.) control
C.) answer
D.) trial

5.) Paris decided to do another experiment with rocks. She wasn't exactly sure what she wanted to do yet, but she put them in groups according to their hardness. What term describes what she did?

A.) inference
B.) hypothesis
C.) classify
D.) valid

6.) What is the difference between an experiment and an investigation?

A.) An experiment has variables
B.) An investigation has variables
C.) An experiment has 3 variables and an investigation has only one.
D.) An experiment should be completed once to get results and an investigation should be done more than once

7.) Why is it important to put data into charts and graphs?

A.) It makes the scientist look much smarter
B.) It is easier to view the results and give a visual of your experiment's outcome
C.) It allows other scientists to perform the same experiment
D.) It proves that your hypothesis was correct

8.) Why is a control group so important in an experiment?

A.) It allows you to compare your other variables to the norm
B.) It allows you to be in complete control
C.) It makes sure your hypothesis is correct
D.) It allows you to provide the correct analysis of the pfizer vaccine

9.) Which does not describe empirical evidence?

A.) Water will freeze at 32 degrees Fahrenheit
B.) Orange juice will make plants grow taller than water
C.) If you face a plant away from sunlight it will lean toward it over time
D.) The more mass an object has, the more force is needed to move it