Many non-science careers require a knowledge of science because workers must ______
A. develop new scientific laws and theories.
B. use materials and processes that follow scientific principles.
C. use the process of scientific inquiry.
D. keep up with new development in science.
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Let's try to cross things off to find out our answer. We know it's not A, because that requires a pretty advanced knowledge of science. It's most likely not D because non-science careers would not require that. So our answer is either B or C.
It might be B, but I'm leaning more toward C. Look at this:
"Scientific Inquiry is the diverse ways in which scientists study the natural world and propose explanations based on the evidence derived from their work."
In other words, scientific inquiry is how people study something and make logical explanations based on evidence they found.
It helps to develop knowledge and unerstanding of scientific ideas.
That is why I think C, would be used even in non-science careers. Do you agree?