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[1] Each of the students in the English classroom has completed their research paper. [2] All of the English teachers are so pleased, they are going to give the students their grades early. Which change corrects the pronoun error above? A.changing "Each" to "All" in sentence 1; B.changing "their" to "his or her" in sentence 1; C.changing "All" to "Every one" in sentence 2; D.changing "their" to "his or her" in sentence 2
Weegy: A.changing "Each" to "All" in sentence 1B. (More)
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The change which corrects the pronoun error is: changing "their" to "his or her" in sentence 1.
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What a prediction in science?
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In science, a prediction is a rigorous, often quantitative, statement, forecasting what will happen under specific conditions; for example, if an apple falls from a tree it will be attracted towards the center of the earth by gravity with a specified and constant acceleration. The scientific method is built on testing statements that are logical consequences of scientific theories. This is done through repeatable experiments or observational studies.
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If the experiment's data does not support the hypothesis, what would a scientist do next? A. question their ability to be a scientist B. discard the entire experiment as irrelevant C. conclude the opposite of the hypothesis D. ask more questions based on learning something from this experiment
Weegy: If the experiment's data does not support the hypothesis, what would a scientist do next? D. ask more questions based on learning something from this experiment (More)
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