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21 February, 15:51

Why should scientists perform experiments?

A. To understand a hypothesis

B. To answer questions about right and wrong

C. To answer specific questions

D. To impress their coworkers

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  1. 21 February, 16:22
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    Scientists observe the world around them, from which to draw questions. Their predictions as to the answer are what we call a "hypothesis". Thus, a scientist’s job is to answer the very hypotheses that they and their piers come up with.
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