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Quantitative vs. Qualitative Observations

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Julie McNamee

on 13 April 2013

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Transcript of Quantitative vs. Qualitative Observations

Quantitative and
Observations Making Observations What is a Qualitative Observation? Making Qualitative and Quantitative Observations Observations which uses your senses to observe results (smell, sight, touch, taste, and hear) Example These taste sour! Example This feels spiky and sharp. What is a Quantitative Observation? Observations that are made with instruments, like rulers, balances, graduated cylinders, thermometers, and beakers Example This leaf is 9 cm long. Example The flower clusters in 3 blooms. Clean Mud Experiment
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