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What is the difference between a scientific theory and a scientific law?

A. A scientific theory describes a pattern of observations, while a scientific law is an educated guess based on observation.

B. A scientific theory is based on a few experiments, while a scientific law is based on many experiments.

C. A scientific theory is an explanation that best fits a pattern of observations, while a scientific law is an accepted statement that describes a consistently observed pattern.***

D.A scientific theory is a law of nature and does not change, while a scientific law is modified when new evidence is found.

I think c is it correct?

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  1. Go away, Mr. Flitcher

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  2. I agree.

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  3. Thanks

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  4. You're welcome.

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  5. cheaters

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