let his < argumentations / preconceptions> compromise his scientific work.

tesoke

Senior Member
USA
Persian
Hi, I answered some of my brother's entrance tests, but I think that the teacher has solved them wrongly! Would you please help me to understand if I am right or he? Thanks a lot.

During the following question, what is the correct answer?

142) A true scientist is not expected to let his ................. compromise his scientific work.
1) recognitions 2) argumentations 3) initiations 4) preconceptions
I checked number 4 but the teacher has checked number 2.
 
  • Andygc

    Senior Member
    British English
    A true scientist is not expected to let his argumentation compromise his scientific work.
    That means
    A true scientist is not expected to let his process of reasoning methodically compromise his scientific work.
    Which means
    A true scientist is not expected to let the scientific method compromise his scientific work. o_O:(:eek::thumbsdown:
     

    SReynolds

    Senior Member
    Hungarian
    Tesoke posted three other threads with errors like this. It is fairly obvious that this was a stupid mistake/oversight on the grading teacher's part.
     
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