what statement is best to use when refining your hypothesis?
An If-Then statement is best to use when refining your hypothesis.
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Updated 10/15/2016 4:19:18 AM
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An If-Then statement is best to use when refining your hypothesis.
Confirmed by Andrew. [10/15/2016 2:12:26 PM]

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