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Is it moves from general to specific a inductive reasoning?
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Inductive reasoning moves from what to what thinking?
What type of reasoning is used when a scientist tests a hypothesis?
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Which type of reasoning moves from general facts to specific facts in order to reach a conclusion?
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Difference between deductive and inductive research with example?
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Which type of reasoning moves from specific facts on order to reach a conclusion?
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What is the average speed of energy?
There is no single answer. Electromagnetic energy moves at the speed of light, about 300,000 km/sec. Acoustic energy moves at the speed of sound in whatever medium you are using. Kinetic energy moves with the speed of the moving body. Thermal energy moves through a conducting body at various speeds, depending on how well the material conducts heat. So energy as a general term does not have a specific speed.
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Is the word directions a proper noun?
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What is the difference between electromeric effect and inductive effect?
Electromeric effect is the temporary effect involving complete transference of electrons and is concerned with pi-electrons while inductive effect which may be induced, timely induced or PERMANENT involves displacement of shared electron pair or tilt transference of electrons and moves through sigma-bonds.
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General direction in which something tends to moves?
What is it called when topsoil moves to lower soil areas?
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Why are tides delayed fifty minutes each day?
Because the moon's gravitational pull is what moves the tides. As you probably know, the moon is in a different spot each night when compared with a specific place on the earth due to Earth's rotation. The distance from the specific spot is in a specific ratio that determines the tide pulls of each place on earth. Gets a bit more complicated, but that's the general explanation.
What is the pattern called how the decimal point moves when multiplied by any power of 10?
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How water moves through the body?
Most water moves thru the body by osmosis , where you take in water and it hydrates the cells, takes the fluid and liquid the body needs, then returns to the bladder or intestinal tract by reverse osmosis to excrete toxins, waste and uneeded fluids.This is a very simplified explanation for a very specific and complicated process, but gives you the general idea.