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Define scientific law?
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Asked 6/16/2010 3:03:52 AM
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Asked 6/16/2010 3:03:52 AM
Updated 7/11/2014 4:23:00 PM
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Flagged by jerry06 [7/11/2014 4:23:00 PM], Edited by yumdrea [7/11/2014 4:27:45 PM]
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A scientific law is a statement based on repeated experimental observations that describes some aspect of the world.
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A scientific law or scientific principle is a concise verbal or mathematical statement of a relation that expresses a fundamental principle of science, like Newton's law of universal gravitation
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define scientific theory?
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Scientific theory is a theory that explains scientific observations; "scientific theories must be falsifiable".
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A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world that is acquired through the scientific method, and repeatedly confirmed through observation and experimentation.
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