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How many science museums are located in the United States?

There are 423 science centers/museums located in the United States.

Who made science popular?

In the United States probably the most famous science popularizer was Carl Sagan who was an astronomer best known for his show Cosmos in the early 1980s. Currently popular science popularizers in the United States include Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson.

What is true about the impact of science and technology on the economic development of the US and on standards of living?

science and technology has had a positive impact on the economic development of the United States and has improved standards of living

What is the difference between Political Science and Civics as a course of study?

Civics is a part of political science. The scope of political science is more wider than civics. Civics is the study of citizenship and Political science is the study of states. These two disciplines are closely interconnected. In some countries, Civics is taught as an initials of Political science but in higher stage there is no need to study civics. State without citizen is impossible. so, Civics is the primary or initial study of Political science.

Definition of general science?

The term General Science generally refers to a course of study that includes introductory material for all of the major physical, biological, and earth sciences. Young people are usually introduced to science through descriptive general science courses. At the college level, a general science course in intended to illustrate common methodologies and modes of thinking among the sciences.The topics include:A brief history of science and an introduction to the scientific method.Chemistry: atomic theory, states of matter, changes in states, solutions.Physics: Motion and forces, work and simple machines, sound, optics, electricity magnetism, modern physics.Earth Science: astronomy, geology, oceanography, meteorology.Biology: Cells, classifications of organisms, plants and photosynthesis, evolution, ecology.

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Where are most credit card companies located in what 2 states?

In Delawere and South Dakota

Which colleges have the best degrees programs?

I would have to say Harvard, Berkeley, Princeton, Yale, and Columbia. these collages are rated the top collages in the united states when it comes to education.

What two states in the United States are considered split states?

North Dakota and South Dakota

What is the 3 largest states in North Dakota?

North Dakota doesnt have states.

What does US BANK NA ND stand for?

NA - "national association" ND - "North Dakota" Even though a bank may be in multiple different states it must have a charter in each of the states it operates in. While banking is left up to individual states to regulate some states are easier to get away with some things in. This is why most credit cards issued in the US come from either Nevada, North Dakota, or Utah. US Bank happens to issue all credit cards regardless of where the customer lives out of the bank they operate the charter in North Dakota.

What states became states in the same year?

North Dakota and South Dakota in the year 1861. That is because North Dakota and South Dakota were first combined into one state called Dakota. Dakota got split into North Dakota and South Dakota in 1889.

What are the major states in South Dakota?

South Dakota is a US State and has no states within its borders.

What are the plain states of the Midwest?

The plains states are North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas.

Is the Coronavirus in north dakota?

it is in the west

What are the southeastern states?

North Dakota,South Dakota Michigan,

What two states border Montana on the east?

North Dakota and South Dakota

What are the neighboring states of North Dakota?

North Dakota's neighboring states are Montana, South Dakota, and Minnesota. North Dakota is also bordered on the north by the Canadian Provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.