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1.How is science & society related?

i have no idea what the answer to this question is

2. What is a scientist's usual next step if data supports a hypothesis?

can you tell me if i'm right?... i think that they either published or the experiment is repeated.





If data support the hypothesis, using the usual analysis methods, then the hypothesis is accepted.
How is science related to society? Science is a methodology for determining understanding...the why and how of things and natural processes. Society uses (or chooses to not use) these understandings.

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