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Migraine Study Results The table shows the results of a study testing the effectiveness of a migraine medication. Why was one group given a sugar tablet? A. to include a control group B. to have an experimental group C. to provide a variety of treatments D. to give the body additional nutrients
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User: Migraine Study Results The table shows the results of a study testing the effectiveness of a migraine medication. Why was one group given a sugar tablet? A. to include a control group B. to have an experimental group C. to provide a variety of treatments D. to give the body additional nutrients

Weegy: In the migraine study, one group was given a sugar tablet in order to: include a control group.
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User: Analisa conducted an experiment to determine if watching different types of commercials would affect a person's pulse. Her hypothesis was that pulse rate would change with different types of commercials. Each person watched seven different commercials, averaging 30 seconds each. Each person's pulse was taken before the commercial and then after each commercial. Based on her experiment Analisa concluded that a person's pulse rate changed when the person watched different types of commercials. Which component is missing from Analisa's experiment? A. a question B. a hypothesis C. a control group D. a description of the experiment

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The Virginia Opossum has gradually spread from the east coast of the United States to the west coast as well as northward into Canada. Researchers suggest this move north is in response to milder winters and man-made water reservoirs. This is an example of a A. result. B. theory. C. procedure. D. hypothesis. User: Analisa conducted an experiment to determine if watching different types of commercials would affect a person's pulse. Her hypothesis was that pulse rate would change ...
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The Virginia Opossum has gradually spread from the east coast of the United States to the west coast as well as northward into Canada. Researchers suggest this move north is in response to milder winters and man-made water reservoirs. This is an example of a HYPOTHESIS.
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In a scientific study a conclusion can A. state a theory. B. ask a question. C. prove a hypothesis. D. support a hypothesis.
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In a scientific study a conclusion can: support a hypothesis.
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