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The ways in which people change the world around them to meet their needs or solve practical problems are called
a) science. b) systems. c) feedback. d) technology.
What is the goal of technology?
a) to produce and deliver cereal b) to improve the way people live c) to study the natural world d) to understand how the natural world functions
Science and technology are
a) the same thing. b) completely unrelated. c) dependent on each other. d) not important.
An endoscope is an example of
a) science. b) prototyping. c) brainstorming. d) technology.
One positive effect of pesticides is
a) greater food production. b) pesticides harming people and animals. c) pesticides washing into streams. d) creating more work for farmers.
What are some reasonable safety precautions for field investigations?
a) None; there are no hazards in the field. b) Always go into the field alone. c) Be prepared and use common sense. d) Always wear goggles and aprons.
What is the first thing you should do if an accident occurs?
a) Find the emergency equipment. b) Start first aid treatment. c) Go to the nearest hospital. d) Notify your teacher.
Using one or more of your senses to gather information is called
a) observing. b) classifying. c) predicting. d) inferring.
Observations that deal with a number or amount are called
a) manipulated observations. b) operational observations. c) qualitative observations. d) quantitative observations.
Observations that deal with descriptions that cannot be expressed in numbers are called
a) manipulated observations. b) operational observations. c) qualitative observations. d) quantitative observations.
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