SAT Biology: Analyzing Scientific Data Flashcards

SAT Biology: Analyzing Scientific Data Flashcards
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Solving Chart Problems: Step One
Begin the process of solving these problems by getting familiar with the axes on the graph. Find out what the title for each axis is.
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Chart Problems
These problems ask you to refer to a chart or a graph and to then answer questions related to it.
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Solving Data Table Problems: Step Three
Complete this step in the process of answering a table problem by trying to solve the problem on your own. This can prevent you from falling for the wrong answer.
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Solving Data Table Problems: Step Two
After looking over the table, you should make sure the information on the table is sensible by verifying any concepts that it covers.
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Solving Data Table Problems: Step One
Your first step in solving these problems should be to look over the table before beginning the questions.
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Data Tables
These contain summarized information that relates to a series of questions on a test. You must refer to this tool to answer the associated questions.
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Flashcard Content Overview

Access these flashcards when you're ready to focus on step-by-step instructions for solving table and chart problems. The cards in this set can also help you review the criteria used to govern experimental design. The rules related to an experiment's purpose, results and control are addressed by these cards.

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Data Tables
These contain summarized information that relates to a series of questions on a test. You must refer to this tool to answer the associated questions.
Solving Data Table Problems: Step One
Your first step in solving these problems should be to look over the table before beginning the questions.
Solving Data Table Problems: Step Two
After looking over the table, you should make sure the information on the table is sensible by verifying any concepts that it covers.
Solving Data Table Problems: Step Three
Complete this step in the process of answering a table problem by trying to solve the problem on your own. This can prevent you from falling for the wrong answer.
Chart Problems
These problems ask you to refer to a chart or a graph and to then answer questions related to it.
Solving Chart Problems: Step One
Begin the process of solving these problems by getting familiar with the axes on the graph. Find out what the title for each axis is.
Solving Chart Problems: Step Two
Complete this step in finding the answer to a chart problem by looking at the trends recorded on the chart. This allows you to understand the main purpose of the chart.
Solving Chart Problems: Step Three
During this step, you should attempt to find the answer to a chart problem by yourself. Doing this can help you avoid accidentally choosing the wrong answer.
Experimental Design: Criteria
The rules that guide us when we set out to create an experiment. Every person who crafts experiments should follow these guidelines.
Criteria for Experimental Design: Purpose
Following this rule in setting up an experiment means that we have a concrete goal we're trying to accomplish and a question we are trying to answer.
Criteria for Experimental Design: Results
You follow this experimental design rule by making sure your experiment will end up offering results that are objective and measurable.
Criteria for Experimental Design: Control
Ensure you adhere to this rule by designing experiments that are only impacted by a single variable at any given time. This means that your results won't provide flawed data.

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