The term exact science refers to fields of science that are capable of accurate quantitative expression or precise predictions and rigorous methods of testing hypotheses, especially reproducible experiments involving quantifiable predictions and measurements. The term implies a dichotomy between these fields and others, such as social sciences. The terms hard science, pure science, and fundamental science are very similar.
Snow removal `is not an exact science'; While the Twin Cities area is enjoying a weather respite, snow removal remains a top concern. Metro-area cities follow differing recipes for dealing with this winter's nearly 50 inches of snow, but they have the same goal: getting rid of it.(NEWS)
Jan 21, 1997; After being blanketed by almost 50 inches of snow so far this winter, some Twin Cities communities have exhausted their...