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Unformatted text preview: Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Assessments › View All Submissions › View Attempt View Attempt 1 of 1 Title: Exam 1 Started: February 8, 2008 8:16 AM Submitted: February 8, 2008 8:55 AM Time spent: 00:38:10 Total score: 66/106 = 62.2641% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 106 1. Which of the following about science is INCORRECT? A. Science has build-in mechanisms to conduct self-correction. B. Science is based on physical or mathematical evidence. C. Science is based on faith. D. Science builds upon what has been learned earlier. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. Science is based on physical or mathematical evidence. 0% 2. Science is based on faith. 100% 3. Science builds upon what has been learned earlier. 0% 4. Science has build-in mechanisms to conduct self- correction. 0% Score: 2/2 2. An experimenter wanted to find out if a new cream slowed the loss of moisture from skin when used by sunbathers on a beach. On each of 25 sunbathers, the experimenter placed the cream on half of the sunbather’s back and left the other half without cream. Moisture loss on each half (cream and non-cream) of the sunbather’s back was measured by a device that measures skin dryness. Sunbathers were all male in their mid 20’s with a similar skin tone, and stayed in the sun the same amount of time. The moisture loss from the skin of the sunbathers was a(n): Score: 0/2 3. An experimenter wanted to find out if a new cream slowed the loss of moisture from skin when used by sunbathers on a beach. On each of 25 sunbathers, the experimenter placed the cream on half of the sunbather’s back and left the other half without cream. Moisture loss on each half (cream and non-cream) of the sunbather’s back was measured by a device that measures skin dryness. Sunbathers were all male in their the sunbather’s back was measured by a device that measures skin dryness....
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