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Which of the following is not a benefit of scientific literacy?
A. being able to make personal decisions
B. being able to evaluate scientific information
C. being able to rely on opinions about science related issues
D. being able to take part in science related initiatives

asked by Marvel
  1. What do you think?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. I think its c.

    posted by Marvel
  3. I disagree.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. I took the test even though the answer was weird it was correct.

    posted by Marvel
  5. answers

    d
    a
    a
    b

    posted by Black Hawk
  6. Just a little help if you're taking "Introduction to science unit review practice" at Connections Academy

    1:A
    2:D
    3:B
    4:B
    5:A
    6:C
    7:C
    8:C
    9:A
    10:B
    11:A
    12:B
    13:D
    14:C
    15:A&C

    posted by Rainbow_Kitten
  7. Thank you so much Rainbow_Kitten! I knew all the answers already but I was able to check my answers using your list! I got 100%!

    posted by Courntey
  8. I do agree that the answer would be C. Why? Simply because when you have scientific literacy, you don't have to rely on opinions that may be wrong. Instead, you could evaluate the text in your own, but hopefully correct, way.

    posted by Bonnie
  9. Thanks Rainbow_Kitten I just did it and it was all right 100% so thank you for your help.

    posted by Rose
  10. So the answer is c is that correct phone ????

    posted by Low66
  11. *answer

    posted by Low66
  12. yooooooooo thx i got a 100% on the practice at connections

    posted by victoria

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