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When does a scientist create the conclusion? A. before observing the data B. after defining the hypothesis C. while checking the data for accuracy D. while comparing the data with the hypothesis
It is: D. while comparing the data with the hypothesis. [smile]
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User: When does a scientist create the conclusion? A. before observing the data B. after defining the hypothesis C. while checking the data for accuracy D. while comparing the data with the hypothesis

Weegy: It is: D. while comparing the data with the hypothesis. [smile]
stan_r|Points 872|

User: If the experiment's data does not support the hypothesis, what would a scientist do next? A. question their ability to be a scientist B. discard the entire experiment as irrelevant C. conclude the opposite of the hypothesis D. ask more questions based on learning something from this experiment

Weegy: D. ask more questions based on learning something from this experiment
Expert answered|selymi|Points 8432|

User: What is the purpose of the written conclusion in an experiment? A. It speculates on future experiments. B. It gives credit to the people involved in the experiment. C. It answers the original question that led to the hypothesis. D. It discusses lessons learned from running the procedures.

Weegy: C. It answers the original question that led to the hypothesis.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 8432|

User: If a data point is way off the trend line, which of the following will NOT help resolve the problem? A. Discard the data point. B. Check for a mistake in recording the data. C. Run the experiment again to verify the accuracy of the original data.

Weegy: Answer is A. Discard the data point.
Expert answered|lovefallen|Points 840|

User: How does a pie chart help form conclusions? A. plotting all of the observations B. showing a constant ratio with the trend line C. showing how data falls into categories with the relative wedge sizes D. showing quantity by category

Weegy: Answer is D. showing quantity by category
Expert answered|lovefallen|Points 840|

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