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User: The _____ method can help resolve problems logically. theoretic scientific controlled inquiry

Weegy: The scientific method can help resolve problems logically.
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User: A key should be parallel. An example of parallel choices is _____. A. animal can fly; AA. animal can't fly A. animal has 4 legs; AA. animal has 4 teeth A. flower color is red; AA. Stem color is green

Weegy: A. flower color is red; AA. Stem color is green
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User: Animals are associated with _____, and plants are associated with _____. divisions; phyla phyla; divisions

Weegy: Animals are associated with B. phyla;divisions and plants are associated A. divisions;phyla
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User: Linnaeus's significant development to modern taxonomy is _____. separating plants and animals by their use the naming system, binomial nomenclature determining the levels of taxonomic classification

Weegy: binomial nomenclature
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User: Select all that apply. Taxonomy _____. is an unnecessary science helps to classify the immense diversity of life is only used by some scientists is the study of animal behavior





Weegy: Taxonomy: helps to classify the immense diversity of life.
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