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 (TCO 1) Francis Bacon argued that scientific method differed from logic and mathematics in that

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  science begins with general theory then moves to phenomena.

 logic begins with phenomena then moves to general conclusions.

 mathematics moves from the specific to the theory.

 scientific inquiry starts with the phenomena and ends in theory.



3. (TCOs 2 & 8) Edgerton counters the theory of distinct successive technological revolutions by explaining that

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 the expansion of agricultural production has coincided with the growth of modern services.

 the revolutionary nature of each leap forward was rooted in political instability.

 the information highway has replaced shipping in importance in the Chinese economy.

 the decrease in agricultural production has coincided with a decrease in industry.


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