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HW02OLD - HW02 Q1 Which of the following statements...

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HW02 Q1 Which of the following statements concerning chemistry is INCORRECT? 1. Chemistry is a natural science. (a) 2. Chemistry is the science of matter and energy and the relationships between them. (b) 3. Chemistry is considered to be an exact science. (c) 4. Chemistry utilizes the scientific method. (d) Q2 Which of the following is NOT an assumption of natural science? 5. The concepts of space, time, mass and energy can be unambiguously defined. (a) 6. The universe is a vast single system in which the basic rules are everywhere the same. (b) 7. The most basic rule of Nature is the causality principle (cause-and-effect). (c) 8. Humans can discover causality in all of Nature by using their senses, instruments that extend their senses, and their intellect. (d) Q3 Your car fails to start when you turn the key in the ignition. Which of the following statements is an observation? 9. The battery may be dead. (a) 10. There may be no gas in the tank. (b) 11. I may have left the car lights on when I parked the car. (c)
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