Which of the following describes a relationship between science and society? (1 point)

Scientific discoveries can impact human life; therefore, society must remain scientifically literate.
Scientific discoveries rarely impact human life; therefore, it is not necessary for society to be scientifically literate.
Scientific knowledge is unchanging; therefore, society must remain scientifically literate.
Scientific knowledge is constantly changing; therefore, it is not necessary for society to be scientifically literate.

3.
An idea that may be formed from evidence but has not been confirmed by evidence is called a(n) (1 point)

opinion.
controversy.
cost.
benefit.

4.
Criteria for evaluating Internet websites as reliable sources of scientific information would not include (1 point)

determining whether the information on the website is biased.
determining how long it takes the information on the website to load.
determining whether the information can be verified on another website.
determining whether the source of the information is qualified to give it.

24 answers

  1. 1. a

    I'll be glad to check your answers for the other two.

  2. opinion determining whether the source of the information is qualified to give it.

  3. 3 is right.

    4 is wrong.

  4. Is 4 determining whether the information can be verified on another website.

  5. I agree with the answer for #1. Having said that, however, it is my opinion that much of society is hardly scientifically literate.

  6. what is number 4

  7. Your last answer is wrong. Please read the question very carefully.

  8. Oh is it determining whether the information on the website is biased.

  9. i didn't see the NOT in there it is b right

  10. Yes. b. is right.

  11. D
    A
    D
    B

  12. 1 . d
    2 . a
    3 . a
    4 . b

  13. For Connexus students the correct answers are
    D
    A
    A
    B

  14. 1. d
    2. a
    3. a
    4. b

  15. N and lun is correct

  16. d
    a
    a
    b
    is correct I just did it and I got 4/4

  17. CONNEXUS USERS ANSWERS:
    1. D
    2. A
    3. A
    4. B
    I TOOK THE QUICK CHECK AND THEY WERE CORRECT.

  18. dezi is right

  19. i like woofles

    daab on them woofles

  20. The cities of Rabat in Morocco and Beirut in Lebanon are both at the 34° N latitude, same as Los Angeles, California, but further east on Earth. Can they use the NASA Star Finder?(1 point)

    1. No, they have to construct one using their country’s star charts.

    2. No, they have to adjust it eastward for their location.

    3. Yes, but they should adjust for their local time.

    4. Yes, they can use it as is.

  21. Why does NASA publish a different Star Finder every month?(1 point)

    1. There is not enough space in just one Star Finder to place all the visible stars.

    2. They have to include new stars and constellations that are discovered every month.

    3. The stars and constellations move and change their location from month to month.

    4. The visible night sky changes constantly as the Earth rotates and revolves.

  22. A
    A
    D
    B

  23. the answer is A A D B

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