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Q: Which sixteenth-century astronomer used mathematics to conclude that the earth revolves around the sun and published his findings in On the Revolution of Heavenly Bodies? A. Nicholas
Copernicus B. Francis Bacon C. Ptolemy D. Galileo Galilei
A: C. Galileo Galilei
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User: Which sixteenth-century astronomer used mathematics to conclude that the earth revolves around the sun and published his findings in On the Revolution of Heavenly Bodies?

User: Which sixteenth-century astronomer used mathematics to conclude that the earth revolves around the sun and published his findings in On the Revolution of Heavenly Bodies? A. Nicholas Copernicus B. Francis Bacon C. Ptolemy D. Galileo Galilei

Weegy: C. Galileo Galilei
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User: Which leader of the Scientific Revolution published the first accurate and detailed picture of human anatomy? A. Galileo Galilei B. Ptolemy C. René Descartes D. Andreas Vesalius

Weegy: Who was the sixteenth-century physician who published the first accurate and detailed picture of human anatomy? D. Andreas Vesalius . ? ... ? Science ? Biology ? Human Anatomy
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User: Which leader of the Scientific Revolution in England promoted the idea that science must rely on repeated observation and experimentation? A. Nicholas Copernicus B. Francis Bacon C. Galileo Galilei D. Isaac Newton

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Francis Bacon was the leader of the Scientific Revolution in England who promoted the idea that science must rely on repeated observation and experimentation.
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