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Why was Copernicus' Heliocentric model rejected? A. It contradicted the church. B. It was not based on research. C. It was not scientifically accurate. D. It contradicted Ptolemy's earlier
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User: Why was Copernicus' Heliocentric model rejected? A. It contradicted the church. B. It was not based on research. C. It was not scientifically accurate. D. It contradicted Ptolemy's earlier model.

Weegy: C. It was not scientifically accurate.
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User: When did the European scientific revolution begin? A. mid 1500's B. mid 1600's C. mid 1300's D. mid 1800's

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Why was Copernicus' Heliocentric model rejected? A. It contradicted the church. B. It was not based on research. C. It was not scientifically accurate. D. It contradicted Ptolemy's earlier model<<
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The correct answer is actually; It contradicted the church. Church had a big impact on everything during these times. I am 100% sure that this is the correct answer. Just took the quiz and got it right! :D
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The correct answer is actually; It contradicted the church. Church had a big impact on everything during these times. I am 100% sure that this is the correct answer. Just took the quiz and got it right! :D
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