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When doing experimental research, it is important to limit (Points : 1) bias. validity. reliability. hypotheses.
When doing experimental research, it is important to limit your bias. The other three should never be limited and, in fact, expanded upon depending on what you are researching.
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User: When doing experimental research, it is important to limit (Points : 1) bias. validity. reliability. hypotheses.

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When doing experimental research, it is important to limit your bias. The other three should never be limited and, in fact, expanded upon depending on what you are researching.
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