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Q: An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a(an) A. agreement B. fact C. theory D. phenomenon
A: An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a THEORY.
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User: An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a(an) A. agreement B. fact C. theory D. phenomenon

Weegy: An idea about why something happened or how it works is known as a THEORY.
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User: 7) Based on your understanding of the four types of presented theories, which theory is influenced by a supreme being? A. Force Theory B. Evolutionary Theory C. Social Contract Theory D. Divine Right Theory

Weegy: D. Divine Right Theory is influenced by a supreme being.
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