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Question: 6 of 23: Long ago, it was believed that maggots came from meat. In the late 1600s, Francesco Redi hypothesized that maggots came from flies rather than from meat. Which of these experimental designs could be used to test Redi's hypothesis?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. an experiment using covered, unrefrigerated meat B. an experiment using uncovered, unrefrigerated meat C. an experiment using flies under a bell jar D. both A and B
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User: Question: 6 of 23: Long ago, it was believed that maggots came from meat. In the late 1600s, Francesco Redi hypothesized that maggots came from flies rather than from meat. Which of these experimental designs could be used to test Redi's hypothesis?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. an experiment using covered, unrefrigerated meat B. an experiment using uncovered, unrefrigerated meat C. an experiment using flies under a bell jar D. both A and B

Weegy: Both A and B are experimental designs that could be used to test Redi's hypothesis that maggots come from flies: an experiment using covered, unrefrigerated meat plus an experiment using uncovered, unrefrigerated meat.
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User: The part of the experiment that is the standard for comparison is the _______________. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. dependent variable B. control C. hypothesis D. independent variable



Weegy: The part of the experiment that is the standard for comparison is the control.
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