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SCI 110 WEEK 2 QUIZ 1

SCI 110 WEEK 2 QUIZ 1

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In science, this is a fully developed logical structure based on general principles that ties together a variety of observations and experimental findings and permits as-yet-unknown phenomena and connections to be predicted.
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The star in the northern hemisphere that has long been used by travelers because of its nearly unchanging position is known as
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When first proposed, a scientific idea is usually called a
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The period of the earth's orbit around the sun is
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The scientist who showed that gravity accounts for Kepler's laws of planetary motion was
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Scientific theories
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What distinguishes the scientific method from other ways of looking at the natural world is
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In which one or more of the following is the earth assumed to be the center of the universe?
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Which of the following has the greatest effect on the tides of the Earth?
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Stars and planets are round because


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