A. indisputable B. intellectual C. questionable D. intuitive
A. In science all possibilities are inherently correct until disproven.
B. The existence of humans and other terrestrial life forms invariably means other
non-terrestrial life forms must exist.
C. The sun provides radiant energy to Earth and Mars; therefore, life must exist on
Mars as it does on Earth.
D. Empirical observations provide a basis for further exploration and scientific analysis.
A. AIDS B. angina C. HPV induced cervical cancer D. tuberculosis
A. Repeating the experiment once under multiple experimental conditions.
B. Repeating the experiment once again under the same experimental conditions.
C. Repeated experiments under only one experimental condition.
D. Repeated experiments under multiple varying experimental conditions.
A. The equilibrium established from the absorption of the sun’s radiant energy and the
Earth’s electromagnetic wave emissions sustains a consistent atmospheric
B. The vast oceans consuming 66% of the Earth absorb the majority of solar radiation.
C. Thermal energy production from photosynthesis and cellular respiration sufficient
warms the Earth’s atmosphere with a constantly accumulation of heat.
D. The sun’s constant radiant energy provides sustained heat to the Earth atmosphere.
A. Count the caloric consumption of his monthly carbohydrate intake.
B. Obtaining empirical data on non-enzymatic glycosylation of hemoglobin
C. Observing a finger-stick glucometer reading taking prior to this appointment.
D. Assessing glucose and protein production in his urine on today’s office visit.
A. The sun’s radiant energy travels with a more potent thermal force during summer.
B. The radiant energy from the sun varies with each axial rotation of the Earth.
C. Earth’s atmospheric ozone layer preferentially deflects solar radiation in the winter.
D. The radius of Earth’s oval, orbital rotation around the sun varies seasonally with a
longer oval radius during the winter.
A. Pie Chart B. Venn Diagram C. Line Graph D. Histogram