What is called a Physical, Mathematical or Logical representation of a natural phenomenon?

A. Phenomenal Work
B. A theoretical Postulate
C. A Scientific Model
D. Relativistic theory

Correct Answer: C. A Scientific Model

Ibn Khaldun’s Muddadimah is regarded by many as:

A. A Scientific model
B. A well-documented tale  of his trial
C. A minor footnote in his writings
D. The first work dealing with a philosophy of history

Correct Answer: D. The first work dealing with a philosophy of history

Ibn Zuhr, the author of Al Taisir, is known as:

A. The Founder of Calculus
B. The Father of Algorithms
C. The Father of Experimental Surgery
D. The Founder of Biology

Correct Answer: C. The Father of Experimental Surgery

Galileo Galilee was persecuted by Catholic Church for suspicion of holding the view that:

A. Objects of different masses fell at the same velocity
B. The Earth was probably not the center of the universe
C. The Sun revolved around the sun
D. A Theoretical Phenomena

Correct Answer: B. The Earth was probably not the center of the universe

Abu Abdullah Mohammad Bin Musa Al Khwarizmi is famous for writing the “Kitab Al Jabar wal Muqabla”, in which he:

A. Worte the laws of Optics
B. Delineated methods of oppression and competition
C. Presented the first systematic solution of linear and quadratic equations
D. Objects of different masses

Correct Answer: C. Presented the first systematic solution of linear and quadratic equations

A scientific method will seek to explain natural events and make useful predictions in:

A. A haphazard manner
B. A manner designed to fit the theorists or experimenter’s bias
C. A consistently reproducible manner
D. Wrote the laws of optics

Correct Answer: C. A consistently reproducible manner

Certainly! A scientific method is a systematic approach used in scientific inquiry to investigate and understand natural phenomena. It involves steps that help researchers formulate questions, gather data, analyze information, and draw conclusions.

Option C, “A consistently reproducible manner,” refers to the idea that scientific experiments should be conducted in a way that allows others to replicate the results. Reproducibility is an essential aspect of scientific research as it ensures that findings are not based on chance or isolated incidents.

Option A, “A haphazard manner,” and option B, “A manner designed to fit the theorists or experimenter’s bias,” are incorrect because they go against the principles of the scientific method. The scientific method aims to minimize bias, subjectivity, and arbitrary decision-making in favor of objective, evidence-based investigation and analysis.

Regarding option D, “Wrote the laws of optics,” it does not respond appropriately to the question at hand. The scientific method is a methodology for conducting research and making predictions, whereas the laws of optics refer to a specific area of scientific knowledge within the field of physics.

A. 70º F
B. 72º F
C. 75º F
D. 77º F

A. Motion
B. Speed
C. Push
D. Gravity

A. 0º C
B. 10º C
C. 25º C
D. 100º C