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1 March, 15:13

During the Scientific Revolution, monarchs funded a number of Scientific academies and museums. In which two ways did it impact scientific study? A Scientists were now able to write new laws that enhanced governmental control. B Scientific research began to drain the government of too much money. C Scientists were able to discover new ways of determining if a particular belief was true. D Scientific ideas now influenced political decisions about religious issues. E Scientific research focused on disproving the mathematical theories taught in universities. F Scientific experiments became more controlled, which developed into more accurate conclusions.

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  1. 1 March, 15:41
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    Answer (these are the two ways):

    C Scientists were able to discover new ways of determining if a particular belief was true. F. Scientific experiments became more controlled, which developed into more accurate conclusions.

    Explanation:

    The Scientific Revolution questioned superstition and traditional beliefs that had not been investigated. Scientific inquiry showed that there are natural laws in place in the physical world and in the universe at large.

    Two key scientific academies of founded in the 17th century were the Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge in England and the Académie des Sciences ("Acadamy of Sciences") in France.
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