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If a light switch is moved from the "off" postition to the "on" position, then the light will go on. This statement is what?
a) can be tested.
b) is a conclusion.
c) is the result of deductive reasoning.
d) can be falsified.
e) All of the choices are correct.

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    You can move the switch to test the validity of the statement.

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