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Which of the following scenarios fit the approach of the scientific method? a. An auto mechanic listens to how a car runs and comes up with an idea of what might be wrong. The mechanic tests the idea by adjusting the idle speed. Then the mechanic decides his idea was wrong based on this evidence. Finally, the mechanic decides the only other problem could be the fuel pump, and he consults with the shops other mechanics about his conclusion. b. Because of a difference of opinions about where to take the class trip, the class president holds an election. The majority of the students decide to go to the amusement park instead of to the shore. c. Your schools basketball team has advanced to the regional playoffs. A friend from another school says their team will win because their players want to win more than your schools team does. d. A water fountain does not squirt high enough. The handle on the fountain seems loose, so you try to push the handle in as you turn it.When you do this, the water squirts high enough that you can get a drink. You make sure to tell all your friends how you did it.

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