Physics
Camneff987
2015-11-18 12:22:12
Which statement describes a scientific law? A law states how something behaves and explains why. A law is a proven fact that cannot be changed. A law changes based on new observations and testing. A law is based on a single hypothesis or observation.
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kierralynngreen
2015-11-18 13:41:21

A law states how something behaves and explains why. hope it helps.

Katie12341
2015-11-18 13:42:36

A scientific law is a proven fact that cannot be changed. Unlike a scientific theory, which would be based on a single hypothesis or observation. An example of a scientific law would be the law of gravity-- everything that goes up must come down. An example of a scientific theory would be the Big Bang Theory created by Charles Darwin-- it has not been proven as a law because no one was alive when the earth was created, therefore no one truly knows how it came into existence. Hope I helped!

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