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Exam 1_formb - Chemistry 102 Exam 1 Contract Student...

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1 Chemistry 102 Exam 1 September 29, 2009 Name Printed: ____________________________________________ ID # _________________________ Academic Honesty Statement : Please read the following statement and sign if applicable. Exams missing a signature are incomplete and will be graded as such. “This exam is an honest representation of my knowledge. I did not use any non-permitted materials or other dishonest means when answering these questions.” _________________________________________________ Date______________ Contract Student Section 1 – Tues. morning Section 2 – Thurs. morning Section 3 – Mon. morning Section 4 – Wed. morning Section 5 – Mon. afternoon Section 6 – Tues. afternoon Section 7 – Wed. afternoon Section 8 – Thurs. afternoon
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2 Multiple Choice & True/False – Each question in this section is worth 3 points For each of the following questions, select the correct answer. Write your answer on the answer sheet. 1) True or false – all scientists, regardless of discipline make observations a) True b) False 2) True or false – All scientific thought must firmly adhere to the processes defined by the scientific method in order to be regarded as ‘real’ science. a) True b) False 3) The form of logic that involves abstraction and is used to form hypotheses based on predictions is called a) Deductive reasoning b) Forecast reasoning c) Abdicative reasoning d) Inductive reasoning
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