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Scientific revolution

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The Scientific Revolution …

The Scientific Revolution
Galileo, Newton

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  • 1. Scientific Revolution<br />
  • 2. Revolutionary Theory<br /><ul><li>Kepler
  • 3. Galileo</li></ul>Copernicus<br />Brahe<br />
  • 4. Scientific Method<br />1.<br />State the Problem<br />2.<br />Gather information on the problem<br />7.<br />Repeat the steps<br />3.<br />Form a hypothesis, or educated guess<br />6.<br />State a conclusion<br />5.<br />Record and analyze data<br />4.<br />Experiment to test the hypothesis<br />
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  • 6. Scientific Advances<br />Chemistry <br />Individual elements and chemical compounds<br />Medicine<br />Human anatomy<br />Ointments for preventing infections<br />microscope<br />

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