Is Cell transport an observation or an inference?
An observation is what you actually see happening. An inference is the conclusions you draw from that observation. To use an analogy; You may be doing a chemistry exper…iment and when you put two substances together, the mixture bubbles and brown gas comes off. You know that brown gas indicates nitrogen dioxide gas. The observation would be "Mixture bubbles and brown gas is given off" The inference would be "A gas is produced, nitrogen dioxide"
an observation is a measurement you make.an observation is something you see or measure directly.while an inference is recording data or an event that you witness or study an …inference is a conclusion drawn based on the data/observations you have....... geh thankzz..... name q is "gabriel
An observation is looking and comprehending what you see, smell, feel, taste, or hear . An inference is making an educated guess on what you observed.
An inference is when you make an assumption based on you interpritation of the facts, while an observation is just the straight up fact
An observation is a measurement you make.an observation is something you see or measure directly.While an inference is recording data or an event that you witness or study and… a conclusion drawn based on the data/observations you have.......
What general characteristics of a plant cells can be inferred from observations of the cytoplasm and nucleus?
it is a eukaryote :) not a pro
If you are observing cells under a microscope what will lead you to infer that the cells are animal cells?
You can tell it's an animal cell if: . It's round shaped (plant cells are more rectangular) . centrioles are visible . vacuoles are small . no chloroplasts are present
Observation is stating a given fact that has nothing to do with your opinion. In contrast to that an inference is when you make an assumptions based on your INTERPRETATION of …a fact.
Muscle cells in athletes often have more mitochondria than muscle cells in nonathletes Based on this observation it can be inferred that the muscle cells in athletes?
4. have a greater demand for energy than the muscle cells of nonathletes
They both give information
An observation is the changes you see in your experiment. An inference is like drawing a conclusion, I guess...
Observations are what you see (i.e. i saw a bird flying today), and inferences are reasonable conclusions based upon what you know (i.e. the bird was flying to get food for it…s young). Both of these are methods of finding information.
An observation is something you can actually see, for example, bubbles during a reaction. However, an inference is the meaning you take from an observation, for example, you m…ay infer that hydrogen was produced if you observed bubbles.
You need to use your brain to make an observation or an inference.