According to the theory of evolution, amphibians evolved from ancient fish. Which of these would best validate the theory?
record of history of a place
a study published by a research scholar
record of temperature changes of a place
a study crediting the theory by many scientists
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Validation would need a reliable source. I would rule out A and C; as they are far too broad and not very reliable as sources.
A study published by a research scholar could be useful. A study crediting the theory by many scientists is also reliable, however, if the research scholar was not a participant in whatever project/experiment that had taken place, he/she can only use information given by various other sources.
its like 50/50
im gonna go with A.
Trust your instinct. D sounds far better than the other choices, simply because "crediting" is public acknowledgement and reliance on the information presented by the participants. It would be helpful if the question was more precise, but I know schools can be vague with this.
yes, you are so correct. this indeed was a tricky question