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User: Which one of the following statements accurately describes a theory? A. It can't be reproduced many times. B. It represents the end of the scientific process. C. It can be changed when new discoveries are made. D. It's a suggested answer to a question.

User: Which one of the following objects will have the greatest force of gravity to the Earth at its surface? A. A human being B. A large book C. A house D. An average-size car

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Which one of the following statements accurately describes a theory? A. It can't be reproduced many times. B. It represents the end of the scientific process. C. It can be changed when new discoveries are made. D. It's a suggested answer to a question.............................>D. It can be changed when new discoveries are made.
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Which one of the following objects will have the greatest force of gravity to the Earth at its surface? A. A human being B. A large book C. A house D. An average-size car >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Depends on which one weighs most. Normally a normal house would weigh most and therefore create the most force of the four options given.
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