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A law explains why and how nature works the way it does. True or False? I chose True. Right or Wrong? I can only retake this one more time.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I would say false, a law by definition is a theory that has been repeatedly observed by various groups, like the law of gravity, but the law it's self doesn't give insight to why gravity works.

  2. Koikkara
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    \(Hmm....I~Would~say,\) @theyneverdie15 You are right, It's true. \(In usual, People gets confused with LAW & Theory\) @natasha.galich It is found, False, only when you consider the examples in terms of theory for example: Ohm's law, unlike Newton's law, is NOT a fundamental law of nature. Instead, it's a property displayed by some materials. Ref: http://science.kennesaw.edu/~rmatson/3380theory.html \(Nice~to~meet~You~!!\)

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