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Introduction to Science: Chapter 1, Section 1

Teacher: Mrs. S. Vandervort
Across
The amount of space that matter takes up.
The pull of gravity on an object.
Gathering facts about nature in an orderly way.
A way of explaining an object or event by using a set of facts.
The study of the matter and movement of God's physical creation.
Atoms linked together in groups.
An organized way for scientists to gather and pursue scientific knowledge.
The mass per unit volume of a substance and is often measured in grams per cubic centimeter.
A theory that has never been proven false.
The most basic units of matter.
Down
Conditions present only in an experimental group.
Methodically testing hypotheses.
Formulating a sensible explanation about the objects and events of nature.
The substance of the physical world; anything that occupies space or has substance.
The study of soil.
Facts
Conditions that stay the same in both the control group and the experimental group.