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Natural Born Robots:
Viewer Challenge Quiz
Answers


Here are the answers to the Scientific American Frontiers Show 1002: Natural Born Robots Viewer Challenge:

  1. c

  2. three legs are on the ground at all times, keeping it from falling over

  3. because of its speed -- the tuna swims very fast and covers great distances quickly

  4. b

  5. d

  6. is able to learn from experience, not programmed, learns by doing

  7. responds, emotes, acts more like people

  8. a

  9. c

  10. speed and strategy





 

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