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Ch 4: Washington EOC Biology Grade 10: Science, Technology & Society

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Review short lessons to learn more about science, technology and society as you study for the Washington EOC Biology Grade 10 test. Expert instructors boost your comprehension of scientific inquiry, reasoning in math and more in this chapter.

Washington EOC Biology Grade 10: Science, Technology & Society - Chapter Summary

Enjoy the process of studying entertaining lessons that can help you gain greater insight into science, technology and society, and enhance your preparations for the Washington EOC Biology Grade 10 test. Upon completion of this chapter, you will have the knowledge to:

  • Explain the ways in which science has changed society
  • Differentiate between scientific inquiry and technological and engineering design
  • Describe the use of technology in scientific experiments and analysis
  • Discuss reasoning in mathematics
  • Show your ability to graph basic functions
  • Demonstrate how to solve mathematical problems with estimation

Feel free to access the lessons in any sequence, and revisit them as often as you'd like. If you need additional details about any lesson topic, don't hesitate to submit your questions to our experts. Before the day of the exam, be sure to test your knowledge of science, technology and society by taking self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam. Utilizing these resources can boost your confidence as you prepare for the test.

6 Lessons in Chapter 4: Washington EOC Biology Grade 10: Science, Technology & Society
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How Science Has Changed Society

1. How Science Has Changed Society

Without science, our modern world just wouldn't be the same. The way we travel, shop, learn, socialize, eat, work, and play is possible because of scientific influences and innovations. Take a look around, and you'll see science pretty much everywhere!

Scientific Inquiry vs. Technological & Engineering Design

2. Scientific Inquiry vs. Technological & Engineering Design

In this lesson, we will describe the similarities and differences between the scientific inquiry process and the technological and engineering design process.

Using Technology in Scientific Experiments & Analysis

3. Using Technology in Scientific Experiments & Analysis

How is technology used in scientific experiments? How is it used to analyze data? Learn about how science and technology are related, and then take a quiz to see what you've picked up.

Reasoning in Mathematics: Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

4. Reasoning in Mathematics: Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

Many people think that deductive and inductive reasoning are the same thing. It is assumed these words are synonymous. They are not. This lesson reveals the reality of these two types of reasoning.

Graphing Basic Functions

5. Graphing Basic Functions

Graphs are just like maps - when you know the language! Review how locations have x and y coordinates similar to latitude and longitude, and how to plot points in the Cartesian plane.

Solving Mathematical Problems Using Estimation

6. Solving Mathematical Problems Using Estimation

Estimating is a method of calculating a result that is close to, but not exactly, the correct answer to a math problem. Why would you ever need to do this? This lesson reviews estimating and answers the question as to why you would do it.

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