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A scientific fact is A. something you believe is true because you have been taught it. B. a guess that has been tested over and over again and always found to be true. C. close agreement by competent observers of observations of the same phenomena. D. an educated guess that has yet to be proven by experiment. E. a synthesis of a collection of data that includes well-tested guesses.
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User: A scientific fact is A. something you believe is true because you have been taught it. B. a guess that has been tested over and over again and always found to be true. C. close agreement by competent observers of observations of the same phenomena. D. an educated guess that has yet to be proven by experiment. E. a synthesis of a collection of data that includes well-tested guesses.

Weegy: A scientific fact is C. close agreement by competent observers of observations of the same phenomena.
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User: Which of these is a scientific hypothesis? A. Atoms are the smallest particles of matter that exist. B. Albert Einstein is the greatest physicist of the twentieth century. C. The universe is surrounded by a second universe, which cannot be seen.

Weegy: A. Atoms are the smallest particles of matter that exist.
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User: A scientific hypothesis may turn out to be right or it may turn out to be wrong. If it is a valid hypothesis, there must be a test for proving that it is A. right. B. wrong.

Weegy: A. right.
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User: Which of the following is a reason to express scientific findings mathematically? A. The findings become more difficult to prove by experiment. B. The findings become easier to verify by experiment. C. The findings become more confusing. D. The findings become less appealing to the public.

Weegy: B. The findings become easier to verify by experiment
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User: The difference between a hypothesis and a theory is that a hypothesis is A. never true whereas a theory is always true. B. true whereas a theory is not true. C. an isolated fact whereas a theory is a huge collections of facts. D. never true whereas a theory is sometimes true. E. an educated guess whereas a theory has been tested successfully many times in many ways.

Weegy: The difference between a hypothesis and a theory is that a hypothesis is: E. [ an educated guess whereas a theory has been tested successfully many times in many ways. ]
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User: Which one of the following problems would NOT be a part of physics? A. Calculating the average density of a person B. Calculating the amount of energy a person uses while listening to a lecture C. Calculating the instantaneous velocity of an accelerating car D. Identifying all the forces acting on a person who is walking uphill E. Identifying all the bones in a human body

Weegy: C. Calculating the instantaneous velocity of an accelerating car
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User: If the force of gravity suddenly stopped acting on the planets, they would A. spiral slowly towards the sun. B. continue to orbit the sun. C. move in straight lines tangent to their orbits. D. spiral slowly away from the sun. E. fly straight away from the sun.

User: You would have the largest mass of gold if your chunk of gold weighed 1 N on A. Earth. B. Jupiter. C. the moon.

Weegy: You would have the largest mass of gold if your chunk of gold weighed 1 N on: C. the moon.
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User: 5.0 Points You and a friend are jumping on a trampoline. Why does Earth, which is rapidly orbiting around the sun, not move under your feet when you jump? A. There are different rules in space and on the surface of the earth B. Newton’s first law holds that your body moves along with Earth because it is not compelled to change its motion by an unbalanced force. C. Newton’s second law holds that the acceleration produced by the force of gravity is offset by the force of friction on your feet. D. Newton’s third law holds that there is an equal and opposite force exerted by the trampoline on your feet, which allows you to move with Earth through space.

Weegy: You and a friend are jumping on a trampoline. Why does Earth, which is rapidly orbiting around the sun, not move under your feet when you jump? B. [ Newton s first law holds that your body moves along with Earth because it is not compelled to change its motion by an unbalanced force. ]
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User: How much does a 3.0-kg bag of bolts weigh? A. 7.2 N B. 14.4 N C. 22.8 N D. 29.4 N E. 58.8 N

Weegy: A. 7.2 N
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User: Indicate whether the statement is true or false. An astronaut weighs the same on Earth as in space. A. True B. False

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An astronaut weighs the same on Earth as in space. FALSE
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