Drawing Logical Conclusions from Experimental Data - Quiz & Worksheet


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Which of the following is true about conclusions drawn from experimental data?

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1. You run an experiment to test which brand of food your dog prefers. You offer her three different brands of food at each meal, presenting them all at the same time (so that she does not just prefer the one that comes first!). Three weeks of data collection indicate that she ate Brand C more often than Brand A or Brand B. What can you conclude from these results?

2. Why do scientists have differing opinions about what the same set of data means?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Determine what you understand about logical conclusions of experimental data with this worksheet and quiz. Answer questions on things like accurate statements about conclusions resulting from experimental data and using that knowledge in a given scenario.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Discover how well you know how to:

  • Understand why scientists have differing opinions about what is meant from the same set of data
  • Recognize what it means to draw logical conclusions from experimental data
  • Name a benefit of disagreements between scientists about what experimental data implies

Skills Practiced

Use these study tools to practice the following study skills:

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can review information regarding conclusions drawn from experimental data and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a benefit of scientists disagreeing about experimental data
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the logical conclusions of experimental data

Additional Learning

The lesson called Drawing Logical Conclusions from Experimental Data will help you learn more about this subject. The lesson covers the following objectives:

  • Understand how to interpret data
  • Assess the final step of explaining experimental data
  • Recognize the subjectivity in the process of drawing conclusions from experimental data