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Q: Who was the sixteenth-century physician who published the first accurate and detailed picture of human anatomy? A. Galileo Galilei B. Ren Descartes C. Ptolemy
D. Andreas Vesalius
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User: Who was the sixteenth-century physician who published the first accurate and detailed picture of human anatomy? A. Galileo Galilei B. Ren Descartes C. Ptolemy D. Andreas Vesalius

Weegy: Who was the sixteenth-century physician who published the first accurate and detailed picture of human anatomy? D. Andreas Vesalius . ? ... ? Science ? Biology ? Human Anatomy
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User: Who was the sixteenth-century astronomer who used mathematics to conclude that the Earth revolves around the sun, and published his findings in On the Revolution of Heavenly Bodies?

User: Who was the sixteenth-century astronomer who used mathematics to conclude that the Earth revolves around the sun, and published his findings in On the Revolution of Heavenly Bodies? A. Ptolemy B. Nicholas Copernicus C. Galileo Galilei D. Francis Bacon

Weegy: C. Galileo Galilei
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User: Which English thinker believed scientists should only accept ideas that have been proven through repeated observations and practical experiments? A. René Descartes B. Andreas Vesalius C. Francis Bacon D. Isaac Newton

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Which Cambridge mathematics professor laid out three laws of motion that are still the basis for studying how things move? A. Francis Bacon B. Andreas Vesalius C. René Descartes D. Isaac Newton
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Isaac Newton was the Cambridge mathematics professor who laid out three laws of motion that are still the basis for studying how things move.
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