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Spring98

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One scientist discovered an accurate way to measure the temperature of planets. When would the scientist's discovery most likely develop into a theory? A. when the discovery is demonstrated to others B. when the results are published in a newspaper C. when the scientific community retests and accepts the results D. when no other scientist is able to get results of the same accuracy

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    It is either A or C. I'm pretty sure there is a science section, so it would be better there

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    thanks i think it is a though!! :)

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