anonymous
  • anonymous
When a theory is disproved by further evidence, which of the following occurs?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It should be considered a failure.? It adds to scientific knowledge.? It becomes a law.? New data must be found to support it.?
anonymous
  • anonymous
B it will add to scientific knowledge. This is because it would not become a failure, it can and will not become a law (it is not possible), and also new data would not be able to add to it because your theory was disapproved.

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