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What is a step by step analysis of a problem/Question using Observation, Hypothesis, Testing and Conclusion? Scientific Method
Who is credited with completing the Scientific Method Sir Francis Bacon
The theory that the universe revolves around the Earth is called Geocentric model
The theory that the universe revolves around the Sun is called Heliocentric model
Name 2 early scientists that championed the heliocentric model Copernicus, Galileo
This scientists created his own version of a telescope and saw the moons of Jupiter and was put on trial for his theories Galileo
Andreas Vesalius is known for surgery and anatomy
This scientist researched gravity and created the 3 laws of motion Newton
John Locke was known for his theories on __ ___ social contract
Rousseau was known for his theories on the __ __ natural rights
Montesquieu is known for his ideas on the _ of _ and __ separation, church, state
Montesquieu created a system of __ and __ so no branch of government would be too strong. This is called the separation of powers. checks, balances
___ is known for his theories on freedoms that you were guaranteed Voltaire
Votaire felt you should be able to practice any _____ and was highly critical of the Catholic Church and French monarchy religion
A few leaders voluntarily gave some rights to their citizens examples are ___ of Prussia and ___ of Russia. These enlightened despots had "the Great" added to their names. Frederick, Catherine (must be in right order)
______ was an ancient Greek philosopher that made observations, but he did not test his hypotheses. He believed in deductive reasoning. Aristotle
Erroneously, Aristotle believed there were five elements: __,__,__,__ and __ earth, water, air, fire and aether
Aristotle also erroneously, believed in the ___ model that the universe revolved around the earth. geocentric
The Polish scientist that believed in the heliocentric model. while not everyone one of his assumptions were correct. This one is. Copernicus
This Italian scientist used a telescope to prove Copernicus's theories Galileo Galilei
The philosopher the championed inductive thinking...gathering information and drawing conclusions from it . He also perfected the scientific method. Sir Francis Bacon
The 3 branches of government are (any order) Executive, Judicial, Legislative
The Legislative branch has 2 houses of Congress. The upper house is the ___. The lower house is the House of Representatives. Senate
The head of the Executive Branch is the __. president
The ___ Court is the head of the Judicial Branch Supreme
In which country did the Industrial Revolution start? Great Britain
The Industrial Revolution required which 3 items to be successful coal deposits, education, unity
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