SCIENCE HELP PLEASE

3. Which of the following methods of reporting research is not followed by most scientists?
(Points : 1)
publishing a research paper online

publishing a research paper in print

holding a press conference

presenting a talk at a meeting


Question 4. 4. Who decides whether a paper gets published in a scientific journal?
(Points : 1)
author

editor

reviewers

publisher


Question 5. 5. Which of the following is an informal presentation of a physicist's scientific findings?
(Points : 1)
published scientific paper in print

lecture at a scientific meeting

published scientific paper online

poster presentation at a scientific meeting

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  1. 3. Holding a press conference
    4. Editor
    5. Poster presentation at a scientific meeting

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