Objectives for Scientific Reasoning
Total scored items on ATI TEAS: 9 questions out of 44
Table of Contents
Basic Scientific Measurements and Measurement Tools
Units of Measurement
- Length/distance: meter (m)
- Mass: kilogram (kg)
- Volume: liters (L)
- length in centimeters = length in meters x 100
- length in centimeters (unknown) = length in meters (given) x 100
- volume in milliliters = volume in liters x 1000
- volume in milliliters (unknown) = volume in liters (given) x 1000
Selecting a Measurement Tool
Choosing an Appropriate Scale of Measurement
Apply Logic and Evidence to a Scientific Explanation
Identifying Cause and Effect Relationships
Predicting Relationship among Events, Objects, and Processes
Determining Casual Relationships and Sequence of Events
Apply the Scientific Method to interpret a Scientific investigation
Identify a Relevant Hypothesis Based on a Given investigation
- First, identify a problem or question.
- Second, gather information about the problem or question.
- Third, form a hypothesis, which is a possible answer to the problem or question.
- Fourth, design and conduct an experiment to test the hypothesis.
- Fifth, analyze the data from the experiment and draw conclusions.
- Sixth, communicate the results of the experiment.