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3.Which of the following statement best distinguishes hypotheses from theories in science?
4.Taxonomy: naming and classify species
Natural selection
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6.Humans are composed ofeukaryoticcells.7.The DNA of a eukaryotic cell is found within thenucleus.8.Which domains consist of prokaryotic cells?Bacteria and Archaea.9.A human is classified in domainEukaryaand kingdomAnimalia.10.A rose bush is classified in domainEukaryaand kingdomPlantae.11.Which domains includes unicellular organisms?Eukarya, Archaea, and Bacteria.12.Fungi are classified into which Domain?Eukarya13.There isoneeukaryotic domain.14.Scientists use a general process known asscientific inquiryto ask and answer questions aboutnature.15.Using a type of logic known asinductive reasoning, a generalized conclusion can often be drawnfrom a large number of specific observations.16. Ahypothesisis a proposed explanation for a set of observations. It leads to predictions that canbe tested by additional observations or by experiments.17.Deductive reasoninguses “if…then” logic to proceed from a general hypothesis to specificpredictions of results that can be expected if the general premise is true.18.A hypothesis must be testable andfalsifiable- there must be some observation or experimentthat could show that it is not true.19. Acontrolled experimentinvolved both an experimental group and a control group, which arealike except for the one variable that the experiment is designed to test.20. Atheoryis broader in scope than a hypothesis, is supported by a large body of evidence, andgenerates many new hypotheses.21.Observing what other students in your class are wearingis an example of discovery science.22.Testing whether or not dead batteries are preventing a TV remote from workingis an exampleof hypothesis-driven science.23.Observation, question, hypothesis, prediction, experiment: steps of the scientific method intheir proper order.24. Ahypothesisis a testable explanation for an observation.

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Thomas Molly
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Atom, Chemical bond

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