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Two teams of scientists are both working on developing a drug that will cure cancer. One team is working in France and the other is working in America. At a conference, they learn that both are doing experiments that are almost the same. What should they do to make sure their experiments could be compared effectively?

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  1. anonymous
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    A. organize a third team that will try other experiments. B. wait until all their research is completed.

  2. anonymous
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    C. tell each other secrets.

  3. anonymous
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    D. make sure the procedures and conditions of both experiments are the same

  4. blues
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    The correct answer is D. They should make sure that they're both doing the same thing. Then they should check the results to make sure that those are the same too. That way, both groups will confirm that they're doing the procedure correctly and that the results are not a fluke. And thanks for the nice fan testimonial!

  5. anonymous
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    thanks blue good night

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