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Started:Submitted:Score:Points:Points: 0 out of 0Points: 10 out of 10Points: 0 out of 10From:null <Saved by Internet Explorer 11>Date:Wed, 16 Sep 2015 09 49 13 -0500To:CC:Subject:Unit Assessment: Biology, The Science of LifeUnit Assessment: Biology, The Science of LifeAttempt 2 of 208/24/2015 12:01 AM EDT08/24/2015 12:11 AM EDT64%90 out of 140Question 1Angela wonders whether an “energy drink” is really effective. Before her morningrun, she downs a can. On that run she feels better and runs further than she everhas before. After that, she is convinced that the drink works and encouragesanyone who will listen to give it a try. Her evidence for the drink’s effectiveness...A. is totally unscientific in nature. She has an opinion but it could notbe tested scientifically.B. is scientific and strong. She has directly observed performancebenefits from using the drink.C. is somewhat scientific (based on observation) but weak. There isinadequate control in the design of the “experiment.”FeedbackCorrect. A scientific test would involve control and experimental groups, andwould compare the drink to some kind of placebo. It would also have moreverifiable measures of performance for the dependent variable.Question 2Biology is classified as a