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. The story of the “Bungling Bride” illustrates (Points : 1) critical thinking. the absence of critical thinking. the scientific method. the absence of the scientific method
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User: . The story of the “Bungling Bride” illustrates (Points : 1) critical thinking. the absence of critical thinking. the scientific method. the absence of the scientific method

Weegy: critical thinking
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User: Unlike basic research, applied research (Points : 1) is practical. is theoretical. involves human subjects. involves animal subjects.

Weegy: Unlike basic research, applied research is designed to solve practical problems. So Answer will be option 1- Applied research is practical.
anupam86|Points 241|

User: Research that is carefully planned and carried out is characterized as (Points : 1) tedious. inconsistent. systematic. archaic.

Weegy: This randomization is objective and declared before the experiment is carried out. ... be characterized as ... [ 1 the evidence is increasingly inconsistent ... ]


User: “Imagination should give wings to our thoughts, but we always need decisive experimental proof….” This passage is attributed to (Points : 1) Charles Darwin, the Theory of Evolution. Louis Pasteur, the Scientific Method. Carl Sagan, Critical Thinking. Sigmund Freud, Descriptive Research.

Weegy: Louis Pasteur, the Scientific Method.
vheapril161616|Points 22|

User: Research that utilizes mathematical models and statistics is best characterized as (Points : 1) descriptive. qualitative. quantitative. None of the above

Weegy: quantitative read the definition.
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User: A secondary source (Points : 1) is usually an essay or article. interprets or explains a primary source. compels critical thinking. utilizes applied research.

Weegy: A secondary source: interprets or explains a primary source.
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User: . Which of the following is not a step in the Scientific Method? (Points : 1) Observe Create Analyze Conclude

Weegy: Create is not a step in the Scientific Method
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User: The critical act of breaking something down to study its component parts is best defined as (Points : 1) analysis. interpretation. evaluation. inference.

Weegy: Analysis is the critical act of breaking something down to study its parts
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