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Q: Read the scenario, then answer the question. A man has a bag of peanuts. He takes three peanuts from the bag and finds that each one is coated in chocolate. He reasons that the peanuts in the bag
are chocolate-covered peanuts. What kind of reasoning is this? A. reductive B. inductive C. deductive D. technical
A: A man has a bag of peanuts. He takes three peanuts from the bag and finds that each one is coated in chocolate. He reasons that the peanuts in the bag are chocolate-covered peanuts. This is deductive reasoning.
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User: Read the scenario, then answer the question. A man has a bag of peanuts. He takes three peanuts from the bag and finds that each one is coated in chocolate. He reasons that the peanuts in the bag are chocolate-covered peanuts. What kind of reasoning is this? A. reductive B. inductive C. deductive D. technical

Weegy: A man has a bag of peanuts. He takes three peanuts from the bag and finds that each one is coated in chocolate. He reasons that the peanuts in the bag are chocolate-covered peanuts. This is deductive reasoning.
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User: The writers of a text that includes technical vocabulary will often include _________ to assist the reader in understanding unfamiliar terms. A. jargon B. footnotes C. antonyms D. multiple-meaning words

Weegy: B. footnotes
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User: What is Thomas' tone in the “CETI” essay? A. serious B. amused C. scientific D. objective

Weegy: The answer is C. scientific
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User: In "CETI," Lewis Thomas argues that the earth has become too small a place. What is one reason he lists for this? A. The world population has exceeded reasonable limits. B. Our cities are growing faster than we can maintain them. C. The sky no longer seems infinite and out of our reach. D. There are few natural resources left that have not already been exhausted.

Weegy: C. The sky no longer seems infinite and out of our reach.
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User: What does inductive reasoning involve? A. reasoning from specific facts to a general conclusion B. deciphering technical vocabulary terms within the context of a single text C. drawing conclusions that cannot be understood outside of a technical context D. beginning with a statement assumed to be true and reasoning what else must also be true

Weegy: D
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User: What is the best definition of Lewis Thomas' idea of interconnectedness? A. Humans are superior beings who must use their abilities to conquer and connect new worlds. B. All beings work collaboratively and interdependently toward a better world. C. A conference of international scientists who work together to try to make contact with life on other planets. D. A complex technology involving radioastronomy, used in interstellar communication.

Weegy: He teaches readers not only about microbiology but how these scientific discoveries can illumine their understanding of an earth in which all beings work collaboratively and interdependently toward what he hopes will be a better world in all senses.
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User: Read the passage, then answer the question. “Turn your pile daily if possible. The decomposition process will generate heat, so don't be surprised if you find your compost steaming when you turn it. This process is essential to providing the aerobic environment that allows large decomposers to breathe.” Compass Learning 2010. What context clue helps define the word aerobic? A. breathe B. decomposition C. steaming D. decomposers

Weegy: C. Deductive
Expert answered|beckdg|Points 10|

User: Read the passage, then answer the question. “Turn your pile daily if possible. The decomposition process will generate heat, so don't be surprised if you find your compost steaming when you turn it. This process is essential to providing the aerobic environment that allows large decomposers to breathe.” Compass Learning 2010. What context clue helps define the word aerobic? A. breathe B. decomposition C. steaming D. decomposers

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