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Grocery stores organize food according to food type—diary, frozen, bakery, and so on. This is an example of
a) observation.
b) posing questions.
c) classifying.
d) inferences.

Scientists can communicate their results
a) at scientific meetings.
b) in scientific journals.
c) by exchanging information on the Internet.
d) all of these.

The use of endoscopes to study the functions of the heart shows that
a) advances in science and technology often depend on one another.
b) science is important to technology.
c) science changes the natural world.
d) technology is independent from science.

A person who is trained to use both technology and scientific knowledge to solve practical problems is known as a(n)
a) biologist.
b) engineer.
c) forest technician.
d) scientist.

To reveal trends in data, the data should be presented in a(n)
a) hypothesis.
b) graph.
c) operational definition.
d) scientific data.

Life science is also known as
a) botany.
b) biology.
c) medicine.
d) hypothesis.

A possible explanation for a set of observations or answer to a scientific question is a
a) scientific law.
b) hypothesis.
c) manipulated variable.
d) scientific theory.

You are inferring when you
a) pose a question.
b) develop an imaginative way to solve a problem.
c) explain or interpret the things you observe.
d) draw a conclusion about a hypothesis.

In an experiment, the one variable that is purposely changed to test a hypothesis is called the
a) controlled variable.
b) operational variable.
c) manipulated variable.
d) responding variable.

What are data?
a) graphs made from information in tables
b) manipulated variables
c) different fields of science
d) the facts, figures, and other evidence gathered through observations

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