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Which of the following is a reason to express scientific findings mathematically? A. The findings become more difficult to prove by experiment. B. The findings become easier to verify by experiment. C. The findings become more confusing. D. The findings become less appealing to the public.
Weegy: B. The findings become easier to verify by experiment User: Physics is the most basic science because A. the foundation of biology is chemistry and the foundation of chemistry is physics. B. it is about the nature of basic things like forces, energy, and motion. C. the ideas of physics extend into more complex sciences. D. you can better understand science in general if you understand physics. E. all of the above Weegy: 1. physics. (More)
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Physics is the most basic science because A. the foundation of biology is chemistry and the foundation of chemistry is physics. B. it is about the nature of basic things like forces, energy, and motion. C. the ideas of physics extend into more complex sciences. D. you can better understand science in general if you understand physics. E. all of the above
Weegy: Physics is the most basic science because B. it is about the nature of basic things like forces, energy, and motion User: A theory is A. an educated guess that has yet to be proven by experiment. B. a synthesis of a large collection of information including well-tested guesses. C. close agreement by competent observers of observations of the same phenomena. D. a guess that has been tested over and over again and always found to be true. E. a science story about atoms and molecules. Weegy: A theory is B. A synthesis of a large collection of information including well-tested guesses (More)
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An object following a straight-line path at constant speed A. has no forces acting on it. B. has a net force acting on it in the direction of motion. C. has zero acceleration. D. must be moving in a vacuum. E. none of the above
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