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How do scientists who speak different languages make their data undersandable to one another?
a) they use different systems of measurement b) they all use SI c) they communicate through a universal translator d) they all must speak french
What is the relationship in which the ratio of the manipulated variable and the responding variable is constant?
a) inverse proportion b) direct proportion c) slope d) interdependent
How do scientists communicate the results of investigations?
a) by publishing articles in scientific journals b) by giving talks at scientific conferences c) by exchanging emails d) all of the above
The type of graph used to show how a part of something relates to the whole is which of the following?
a) circle graph b) bar graph c) line graph d) direct proportion
On the celsius scale, at what temperature does water boil?
a) 0 degrees b) 212 degrees c) 100 degrees d) 32 degrees
What is a peer review?
a) a where only a close friend looks at the scientists' work b) where scientists examine other scientists' work c) where scientist's copy other scientist's work d) where scientist's keep their work secret
Why are peer reviews important?
a) scientists receive questions and criticism from their peers b) data are checked for accuracy c) scientists receive comments and suggestions from other scientists d) all of the above
If the relationship between the manipulated variable and the responding variable is a direct proportion, what would the line graph look like?
a) straight line b) curved line c) jagged line d) none of the above
What are the units for length
a) meter b) liter c) gram d) kelvin
Which of the following is not part of the SI system?
a) Kelvin b) Celsius c) Fahrenheit d) Gram
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