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The concept of evolution by way of natural selection is a central tenet in biology that has been tested in numerous ways by many scientists but is not yet considered a law. Evolution by way of natural selection is most likely which type of concept? a.a hypothesis that can be accepted as true based on repeated experimentation with similar results b.a likelihood based on the chance that a particular event will or will not occur c.a statement of fact that is generally accepted to be true and universal because it has always been observed to be true d.a probability that is an answer to a sc

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Czarny333

The right answer for the question that is being asked and shown above is that: "c.a statement of fact that is generally accepted to be true and universal because it has always been observed to be true." Evolution by way of natural selection is a type of concept that is a statement of fact that is generally accepted to be true and universal because it has always been observed to be true

bmac73

I think that evolution by way of natural selection is most likely a statement of fact that is generally accepted to be true and universal because it has always been observed to be true. It is a theory because it is based on evidence and repeated testings. Answer: C) a statement of fact that is generally accepted to be true and universal because it has always been observed to be true. I hope it helps, Regards.

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