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6) The digestion of pizza, the light reactions in photosynthesis, and the removal of a stain by laundry detergent all require _______________, which are biological proteins that lower the activation energy for chemical reactions.
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The digestion of pizza, the light reactions in photosynthesis, and the removal of a stain by laundry detergent all require ENZYMES, which are biological proteins that lower the activation energy for chemical reactions.
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7) Which is an example of using prior knowledge to gain more knowledge on a topic? A) Creating a hypothesis and accepting it without testing it. B) Throwing out results of an experiment that do not fit your hypothesis. C) Taking opinion as fact and basing your experimental procedures upon it. D) Using the knowledge you found while researching a topic to create a well-formed hypothesis to test.
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"Using the knowledge you found while researching a topic to create a well-formed hypothesis to test" is an example of using prior knowledge to gain more knowledge on a topic.
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