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The words technology and ideology both contain the suffix -ology. Based on this information, what the does the suffix -ology MOST LIKELY mean?

A) within

B) between

C) study of

D) relating to

 

 

 

The words scientists and atomists both contain the suffix -ist. Based on this information, what the does the suffix -ist MOST LIKELY mean?

A) one who is wise

B) one who teaches

C) one who practices

D) one who is against

 Oct 25, 2019
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This is mostly a math forum, so we're not the best at english but i did study greek and latin so ill give it a go.

It think 1 and 2 are both C

 Oct 25, 2019
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ology does mean 'study of' but based on these examples alone I think it could just as easily mean 'relating to'.

 

Hence I am a mathematician and not a linguist.

 Oct 25, 2019

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