anonymous
  • anonymous
The statement “force equals mass times acceleration” is Newton’s second law of motion. Why is this a law rather than a theory?
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chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It was classified as a law because there is scientific proof that this is true. it proves true every time.
anonymous
  • anonymous
(a)It states, rather than explains, the relationship between the variables. (B)It cannot be proven, whereas a theory can be proven. (C)It may be revised if new information shows that the relationship has changed. (D)It was classified as a law because it is related to other similar discoveries. I assume these were your answer choices.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which experimental design decision would most likely produce invalid and unreliable results?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the decision of not having controls in an experimental design would lead to unreliable results.
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wrong not my answersss
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  • anonymous
No? Ive seen that question and those are typically the answers.
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@Rushwr What would you say?
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I think it should be A
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