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Question 1: What kind of process was the original production of adobe bricks from clay

and straw dried in the sun?

a) physical process

b) chemical process

Question 2: Which of the following correctly describes a risk and not a benefit when considering irradiated food?

a) Irradiation does not create changes to the food that would make the food harmful of ingested.

b) Irradiation of food may destroy some of the nutrient value of the food.

c) Irradiation of food destroys harmful bacteria in the food.

Question 3: What is the name given to substances that contain the element carbon and the element hydrogen and possibly oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus and others?

a) Organic

b) Inorganic

Question 4: The statement, "All gases will increase in volume if the temperature is increased and the pressure is constant" is an example of:

a) A scientific law

b) an experiment

c) a hypothesis

d) a theory

Question 5: In the Scientific Method Activity, you learned that:

"The Scientific Method is not a precise set of rigid steps, but a process; a logical approach that is used to investigate a problem or curiosity."

Discuss both the similarities and differences of the three models presented in the Scientific Method Activity. In the response, address the statement above, explaining how the Scientific Method is ultimately a general process or approach to investigating natural phenomena.

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