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Leah Science

Chapter 1 Test

What are theories? broader explanations that apply to a wider range of observations`
What is the peer review process? formal way of processing research submissions
What is a hypothesis? a testable idea that attempts to explain a phenomenon or answer the scientific method
What is a scientific theory? a idea that must effectively explain a phenomenon, make accurate predictions, and have undergone rigorous testing
What is ethnics? branch of philosophy that involves the study of behavior
What is culture? ensemble of knowledge, beliefs, values, and learned ways of life
What is worldview? culture together with experiences and influences of people of the world
What are environmental ethnics? the application of ethical standards to relationships between humans and their environment
Why do scientists use models? they use models because they can see the experiment easier and to show the experiment in detail
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