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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

What do both the theory of evolution and the theory of relativity have in common as scientific theories? Answer Both are soon to become scientific laws. Both describe our expectations of the natural world. Both have strong scientific support. Both were once hypotheses that had to be tested.

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  1. anonymous
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    might be B or D but not sure

  2. Lexis
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    i think it might be d. because all scientific facts were at one time theories that had to be tested.

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