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User: The conclusion of a study should always be that the hypothesis is correct. (Points : 1) True False

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User: . Most scientists come up with questions to investigate out of the blue. (Points : 1) True False

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User: last question . Which variable is measured in an experiment? 1.independent variable 2.dependent variable 3.experimental variable

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Early farmers who cultivated crops and domesticated animals was at risk of early death due to the contamination of water and animal-borne diseases.

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1. A hypothesis is a lucky guess. (Points : 1) True False
Weegy: False. A hypothesis is an educated guess based off of already known or given information or fact. User: . The conclusion of a study should always be that the hypothesis is correct. (Points : 1) True False (More)
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Which variable is measured in an experiment? 1.independent variable 2.dependent variable 3.experimental variable
Weegy: 2.dependent variable. The dependent variable is the variable that is measured by the experimenter. User: are you sure with this answer? Weegy: yes i'm pretty sure. The dependent variable is the variable that is measured by the experimenter. while The independent variable is the variable that is controlled and manipulated by the experimenter. User: thank you :) Weegy: Your welcome (More)
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Find the sum of -8 + (-2)
Weegy: Exact Y = 3(X+16)/4 Approximate Y = 0.75 (X+16.) User: Rewrite 8 - 9 as an addition problem. Don?t give a number as a final answer; just rewrite the subtraction problem as an addition problem. (More)
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-8 + (-2) = -8 - 2 = -10
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