What are the two primary goals of science?
The two primary goals of science are:
1. To learn more about how the universe works, and
2. To use this knowledge for the benefit of the human race.
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Science is compared to life by many people.This question is like why we should study A,B,C . In Tamil Nadu(INDIA) the first lesson in science is "OUR ENVIRONMENT".In this lesson we study only about the things or matter around us(eg.what is carnivores?).In the next level we study about the matter.It is a gradual increase.Also in higher studies we cant start about matter.So it is necessary to study or to teach science in primary schools. ok…
storage refers to the keeping of data and information for later. in computer science there are two types of storage that is primary storage and secondary storage in primary storage data is kept temporary in ROM(read only memory) while in secondary storage data is kept permanently like on hard disk, tape, cds.