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Complete the analogy. Biology:Physical Science:ceramics:: painting woodwork botany computer science none of these
I think the analogy is as follows: Biology:Physical Science::ceramics:painting because biology and physics are branches of science, as ceramics and painting are branches of Art.
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I think the analogy is as follows:
Biology:Physical Science::ceramics:painting
because biology and physics are branches of science, as ceramics and painting are branches of Art.
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