“Understanding: Art and Science” the philosopher

In her article “Understanding: Art and Science” the philosopher Catherine Elgin argues that both the arts and the sciences exemplify and that such exemplification contributes to a better understanding of the world. Please do critically analyze her characterization of the nature of experiments in science.
In your analysis you must (a) clearly explain what exemplification is; (b) clearly show how exemplification is a common feature of the arts and the sciences.
(c) present two objections to Elgin’s characterization of experiments in science insofar as it supports Elgin’s view that the arts and the sciences “complement one another, each contributing to the advancement of understanding.” (p. 27)