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John Dalton used inductive reasoning to develop his theories.
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User: Marie Curie named polonium in honor of Poland.

User: John Dalton used inductive reasoning to develop his theories.

Weegy: True All of Daltons theories are ultimately based on inductive reasoning, which cannot possibly produce ?right? or ?wrong? or ?true? or ?false? conclusions. Was this helpful? Anymore questions?
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User: The ideas of Democritus were based on inductive reasoning.

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Marie Curie named polonium in honor of Poland. TRUE.
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John Dalton used inductive reasoning to develop his theories. True.
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The two elements isolated by the Curies were radium and uranium. False.
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The first attempt at publishing a list of relative atomic masses was made by Dalton.
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John Dalton was the first person who proposed the idea of the atom.
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The ideas of Democritus were based on inductive reasoning. True.
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