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A knowledge of life science is essential for botanists, forest technicians, park rangers, and health-care workers.
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A knowledge of life science is essential for botanists, forest technicians, park rangers, and health-care workers. TRUE.
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Using one or more of your senses to gather information is called a. observing. c. predicting. b. inferring. d. classifying.
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Using one or more of your senses to gather information is called a. observing.
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A place that looks forlorn is most likely a. noisy. c. deserted. b. crowded.
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A place that looks forlorn is most likely deserted.

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