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10th Edition

Steven S. Zumdahl + 2 others

ISBN: 9781305957404

**(a)**

Interpretation Introduction

**Interpretation:**

The definition and explanation for the given set of term has to be given.

Explanation

**Law:** A verbal or mathematical statement of explanations given for observations is called as law.

**Theory:** The observations, laws from experiments and related phenomena are explained by theory.

**(b)**

Interpretation Introduction

**Interpretation:**

The definition and explanation for the given set of term has to be given.

Explanation

**Theory:** The observations, laws from experiments and related phenomena are explained by theory.

**Experiment:** Performing a scientific method to calculate or test hypothesis is known as experiment.

**(c)**

Interpretation Introduction

**Interpretation:**

The definition and explanation for the given set of term has to be given.

Explanation

**Qualitative:** The properties of a substance which are given without using any number or explicit measurements are called as qualitative. For example color of the substance.

**Quantitative:** The properties of a substance which are given by using number and explicit measurements are called as quantitative. For example mass of the substance.

**(d)**

Interpretation Introduction

**Interpretation:**

The definition and explanation for the given set of term has to be given.

Explanation

**Hypothesis:** The observations are explained by hypothesis.

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