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Answers to Homework 1 Multiple Choice Chapter 1 1.   Consider the following statement: "If all vertebrates have backbones, and turtles are vertebrates, then turtles  have backbones." This statement is an example of  A) a hypothesis.  B) discovery science logic.  C) rationalization.  D) deductive reasoning. E) inductive reasoning.  2.   A hypothesis is  3.   You notice that over the past month, many students on campus have started wearing a new style of school  sweatshirt. You think to yourself that perhaps the bookstore has recently started selling this new sweatshirt style.  This prediction is an example of  4.  A theory is  5.  To be scientifically valid, a hypothesis must be  A) phrased as a question.  B) based on faith.  C) controlled.  D) reasonable.  E) testable and falsifiable. 6.   A scientist performs a controlled experiment. This means that 
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Scenario Questions: After reading the following paragraph, answer the question(s) below. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) set up a study to determine whether large doses of vitamin C  would shorten  the length of time it takes to recover from a cold. Three thousand volunteers were split into two groups. For two  weeks, me mbers of Group A took 3,000 mg of vitamin C  daily. Group B received 3,000 mg of a placebo. At the end  of the two-week period, the researchers inserted live cold viruses directly into the noses of all the volunteers. The  volunteers in both Group A and B continued to take their daily pills. All the volunteers got colds, and there was no 
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