QuizNote: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each que

QuizNote: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question.Question 1 (1 point)What practice did Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis initiate that is continued today?Question 1 options:opening windows during a deliveryplacing mothers on their sides to deliver a babywashing hands thoroughly before medical proceduresperforming autopsies in the morning and deliveries in theafternoonQuestion 2 (1 point)Look at the table:In what year was the death rate in Division 2 slightly less than half of the death rate in Division1?Question 2 options:1842184318441845Question 3 (1 point)Below is a list of the steps in the scientific method. Place the steps in the correct order.Question 3 options:Hypothesis andpredictionsEvaluation and interpretation ofresultsObservation andfactsTestingQuestion 4 (1 point)With respect to the experiments Dr. Semmelweis performed, one of the first possibilities hepursued as a cause for childbed fever was miasma. Which of the following would accuratelyexplain miasma in the context of his use of the scientific method?Question 4 options:a conclusion that was reacheda hypothesis that was testeda method of collecting dataa method of conducting anexperimentQuestion 5 (1 point)Which of the following is the key to validating experimental results?Question 5 options:cause andeffectconsistencyrepeatabilitymaterialismQuestion 6 (1 point)Why is it important for a scientist to document all the components and parameters of anexperiment?Question 6 options:to determine cause and effectto improve consistency andrepeatabilityto communicate the resultsto formulate a hypothesisQuestion 7 (1 point)Which of the following is an example of experimental error?Question 7 options:failing to keep all conditions constant except for onevariableconsidering moisture when measuring powdersdocumenting all aspects of an experimentensuring repeatability of an experimentQuestion 8 (1 point)Which of the following is a main form of testing a scientific statement?Question 8 options:undocumentedprocedurescontrolledexperimentationunrepeatable resultsvague hypothesesQuestion 9 (1 point)Which of the following is considered acceptable support for a hypothesis?Question 9 options:empiricalevidenceanecdotalevidencebeliefopinionQuestion 10 (1 point)Einstein’s theory of relativity and Newton’s theory of gravity are good examples of scientifictheories because they are ______ in nature. Choose all that apply.Question 10 options:anecdotalgeneralspecificempiricalQuestion 11 (1 point)Which of the following describes science as a way of knowing?Question 11 options:seeks answers to questions based on the purpose and meaning of lifeincludes explanations based on supernatural forces and viewpointsincludes questions and answers based on how people treat each otherseeks understanding of the natural world but not answers to ultimatequestionsQuestion 12 (1 point)Pharmacy is to science as _____ is to _____.Question 12 options:religion; biblequackery;pseudoscienceKoran; prayerpoetry; biologyQuestion 13 (1 point)A vitamin manufacturer claims that their new blend of vitamins and natural herbs will lowerblood pressure, correct vision problems, improve memory, and prevent cancer. In which of thefollowing categories should this claim MOST LIKELY fall?Question 13 options:sciencepharmacypseudosciencequackeryQuestion 14 (1 point)A local news commentator completed a documentary on crop circles. He concluded that theyare created by aliens. In which of the following categories should this claim MOST LIKELY fall?Question 14 options:sciencepharmacypseudosciencequackeryQuestion 15 (1 point)Alexander Fleming researched a type of mold and discovered through hypothesis testing that itinhibited the growth of or destroyed certain microorganisms. In which of the followingcategories should this claim MOST LIKELY fall?Question 15 options:sciencepharmacypseudosciencequackery