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Okay here they are @Laura<3 How did the Renaissance's emphasis on humanism help spark scientific thinking? A The humanist emphasis on mathematics led scientists to develop accurate measurement tools. B The Church and God were no longer seen as the reason why everything happened the way it did. C Scientists now wanted to prove that Renaissance era religious beliefs were true. D Religion became unimportant to most people during the Renaissance.
A. The humanist emphasis on mathematics led scientists to develop accurate measurement tools because humanism is the study of man and his potential to be perfect. I apologize in advance if it is wrong. I hope you get it right. (:
@Laura<3 How did the Renaissance contribute to the Scientific Revolution? A Renaissance thinkers encouraged individuals to question how things work, and scientists began to test these ideas with experiments during the Scientific Revolution. B Renaissance thinkers focused little on observation of the natural world, and the Scientific Revolution was an inevitable rebellion against this practice. C Because Renaissance scientists were largely unsuccessful, the church was forced to fund a Scientific Revolution to improve quality of life. D Because Renaissance scientists used such accurate measurements in their experiments, later scientist could drastically improve the scientific process in other areas.
A. Here is some info so you can understand why it is A. (: The Renaissance encouraged individualism and therefore more people questioned the authority of the Church. Just to oppose the Church, people began to encourage scientists to prove theories and not just be the Church's parrot and listen to whatever the priests said. Slowly, scientists came up with theories and their research that soon proved true. This is how the Renaissance started off the Scientific Revolution
@Laura<3 How did changing ideas on the role of the individual affect the way scientists began to understand the physical world? A By raising the importance of the individual, Renaissance thinkers were able to concentrate for long periods of time on a single thought. B By raising the importance of the individual, Europeans were able to see past the idea that God was responsible for all order in the universe. C By raising the importance of the individual, scholars were able to take the control over learning out of the hands of the monks. D By raising the importance of the individual, scientists could focus on the biological functions of individual persons
I think it is D.
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@Laura<3 Why were Copernicus's ideas about the order of the universe deemed to be dangerous to Church thinking? A The Church was invested in the idea that the Earth was at the center of the universe. B Copernicus was developing a new religion that would challenge the Church. C The Church feared his ideas threatened their control of European universities. D Copernicus was a follower of Luther and therefore could not be trusted.
Well this was a little confusing because most of those answers seem to be right but when I saw C I knew it was that one because I read it somewhere is class. Lol. (:
@Laura<3 okay thanks and, How did Bacon's ideas on reasoning change the way scientific investigation was done? A Bacon's proposed use of inductive reasoning encouraged scientists to come to conclusions by way of data collection. B Bacon's theories on the elements of human reasoning led to advances in the realm of psychology. C Bacon's proposed use of deductive reasoning encouraged scientists to develop conclusions so as to direct data collection. D Bacon's rejection of analogical reasoning produced followers who would later develop the scientific method.
Ok I have no clue on this one. Sorry.
@Laura<3 What contribution to modern science was made by Andreas Vesalius? a He created a vaccination that helped reduce the death rate across Europe in the 16th century. b He published On the Structure of the Human Body which became the foundation of modern anatomy. c He is considered to be the founder of physiology due to his extensive research on circulation. d He wrote public letters condemning the Church for its non-acceptance of early scientific thought.
@Laura<3 How did Descartes and Kepler contribute to the new scientific thinking? A They showed how mathematics and measurement could be used in scientific investigation. B They proved that science and mathematics were two separate areas of study. C They determined that scientists had to study mathematics before they could study anything else. D They proved that it was impossible to use mathematics in astronomy.
THE RIGHT ANSWER TO THIS IS ACTUALLY B RECENTLY TOOK THIS QUIZ. How did changing ideas on the role of the individual affect the way scientists began to understand the physical world? By raising the importance of the individual, Renaissance thinkers were able to concentrate for long periods of time on a single thought. By raising the importance of the individual, Europeans were able to see past the idea that God was responsible for all order in the universe. By raising the importance of the individual, scholars were able to take the control over learning out of the hands of the monks. By raising the importance of the individual, scientists could focus on the biological functions of individual persons.