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Purchase your remotes/webclicker subscription at the Computer Showcase in the Michigan Union Register your remotes/subscriptions on the course Ctools site (once a year, no matter how many clicker courses you have) Pull the plastic tab from the back of the remote if there is one; power key is the bottom button. Change your answer if you like; the system records the final answer that is clicked in before polling is stopped. Questions? How to use i>clicker
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How many times have you seen the ocean A.Never B.Once C.Up to 5 times D.From 5 to 10 times E.Too many times to count Student poll
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Hypothesis Testing: Examining the scientific process using the Unified Theory of Plate Tectonics Wegener (1915) proposed Continental Drift hypothesis Continental fit Paleontology Ice sheets (glacial evidence) Till Striations Mountain ranges Rock Formations Reading: Introduction to Ocean Sciences, 2 nd Ed., Segar, pp. 108 to 126
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