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Why should scientists repeat quantitative experiments? A. To publish results. B. To communicate results. C. To clearly display information. D. To reduce the chance of error.
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To reduce the chance of error, scientists should repeat quantitative experiments
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When a scientist contrasts two or more objects what is he or she looking for? A. differences B. causes and effects C. changes D. errors
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When a scientist contrasts two or more objects, he or she is looking for: DIFFERENCES.
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24 is 15% of what number? A. 1.6 B. 62.5 C. 360 D. 160
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24 is 15% of 160.

n * 15% = 24;

n * 0.15 = 24;

n = 24/0.15;

n = 160
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