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FDSCI101 Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Kiera Elmer

FDSCI101 Exam 2 Study Guide FDSCI101

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Date Created: 04/04/16
FDSCI101 Exam 2 Review Questions Units 3­6 Unit 3: Astronomy T/F In science, we can only rely on the observations we have personally made with our  own eyes. How can you more fully appreciate God’s creations by studying the scale of the  universe? Describe the basic concepts of the Big Bang Theory and why it is significant to scientific discovery. What did the Heliocentric Theory teach? What did the Steady State Theory teach about the universe? Explain the idea of redshift and blueshift in an expanding universe. Unit 4: Chemistry T/F One trial is enough to prove/disprove a hypothesis. T/F You have to be an expert on the subject you are testing in order to create a  hypothesis and make observations. What is the significance of controlling bias in an experiment? What is a placebo? What is the statistical significance of sample size? Define a blind, double blind, and placebo test. What is the scientific definition of an assumption? Compare ionic, covalent, nonpolar, and polar covalent bonds. Unit 5: Geology What is lateral continuity? The layer that cuts across is always the _______ layer. What makes an element radioactive? What was Pangea? What is a subducting plate? What is one of the biggest benefits in the involvement of the scientific community in new discoveries or experiments? Why do we have more fossils of marine life than terrestrial life? What is the ring of fire and why is it so dangerous? Unit 6: Biology What is the relationship between evolution and adaption? What is the definition of biological evolution? T/F Evolution is individual T/F Natural Selection is individual Why is microevolution more accepted than macroevolution? When do scientists say that two evolved organisms are no longer of the same breed? What is the difference between natural and artificial selection?


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