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isabella works for an environmental safety group. Her group wants to answer the question "to what lengths must we go to protect plants and animals?" Why is her group's research question flawed?

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  1. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    These are the answers choices: A.The question is based on their bias as members of an environmental group. B.The study can only be based on observation with this question. C.They are trying to answer an ethical question, not a scientific one. D.They will never be able to determine a means of protecting plants and animals. I really need help.

  2. TranceNova
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    Wow I see what you mean, that is a tough question. Lets see.. A. well this is pretty true, not sure if its a flaw though. B. Surely studies based on observations still count.. I hope. C. Its both ethical and scientific.. not sure about C. D. I suppose in practice they would never determine a means to protect them..but is that a flaw? You're going to have to make you're choice on this one, probably best to talk to your teacher :)

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