Biology

posted by victoria

what are goals of science? Choose all that apply.
A) to investigate the natural world
B) to establish unchanging facts
C) to explain natural phenomena
D) to make useful predictions based on evidence

  1. Ms. Sue

    And your answers are?

  2. Victoria

    the answer is A, C, and D

  3. Ms. Sue

    Yes.

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