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The work of scientists usually begins with A. testing a hypothesis. B. careful observations. C. creating experiments. D. drawing conclusions
A. Testing a hyptohesis
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The work of scientists usually begins with B). careful observations.
A scientist has to first observe his work carefully so that he can form a theory or hypothesis . Then he has to devise an experiment which will verify his theory.
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The work of scientists usually begins with creating experiments.
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B). careful observations. Harshkumar742 is right
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The three particles that make up atoms are A. protons, neutrons, and isotopes. B. neutrons, isotopes, and electrons. C. positives, negatives, and neutrals. D. protons, neutrons, and electrons.
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The three particles that make up atoms are protons, neutrons, and electrons.
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A scientist working in the information and heredity area of biology is MOST likely to study DNA.
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A scientist working in the information and heredity area of biology is ST likely to study DNA.
a) A. information and heredity
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harshkumar742, please don't post duplicate answers.
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yeah don't duplicate one answer is enough.
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The process by which organisms keep everything inside their bodies within certain limits is called homeostasis.
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A personal preference or point of view is BIAS.

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