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If you are interested in finding out how water supply might affect the growth of a plant, how would you develop your hypothesis using the scientific method? A. List several hypothesis options and test each of them separately, then choose the hypothesis that gives the best result. B. Observe the plant as it is and use existing information to guide the hypothesis. C. Observe the plant in both conditions, with and without water, then determine the hypothesis based on observations. D. Use my first instinct to predict the effects water supply has on plants and use this as the hypothesis.

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You could try asking this in a different subject. This is the Writing subject.
Hey! @tomas0911 Welcome to Openstudy. You might be new to this site and not know your way around here that well. This is the "writing" section and it looks to me like this question doesn't belong here. Please post your question in the appropriate subject. Thanks :D
seems biology to me :=P

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