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Explain why a law is accepted as fact, but a theory is not.

Mindee Nelson

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Kyle Mckinney on August 15, 2018

A theory is a well-tested, widely recognized clarification of the mixing of numerous explanations and the proposition. A law is a statement about how something acts or effects in the natural world. A law may not be altered or false, and it is a truthful statement. The theories are based on the recurrent experiments and experimental methods change. Sometimes, these new approaches deliver new information and theories are altered or replaced.

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