Quiz Chap 31a Scientific Revolution

Quiz Chap 31a Scientific Revolution - Quiz Chap 31a...

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Quiz Chap 31a Scientific Revolution Name:____________________ Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _d___ 1. Interpreting the results of experiments based on observation would describe a. the Socratic method. b. the Descartes plan. c. deductive reasoning. d. the scientific method. e. inductive reasoning. __c__ 2. Perhaps the most important factor in Europe's gaining of new knowledge about the world in the 16 th century was a. Europeans' insatiable curiosity. b. an improved understanding of astronomy. c. an enormous leap in mathematical capabilities. d. the reports of explorers in the New World. e. new geographic information. __a__ 3. Heliocentrism was first advanced by a. Copernicus. b. Brahe. c. Galileo. d. Kepler. e. Newton. __b__ 4. The laws of celestial mechanics was the work of a. Copernicus. b. Kepler. c. Brahe. d.
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