anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey everybody, I'm sorry to bother you, but Science is not my thing whatsoever. Any help is greatly appreciated. The scientific evidence that scientists use in supporting or critiquing the conclusions of experiments ussually consists of a) raw data b) outlier data c) precise data d) summarized data
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SyedMohammed98
  • SyedMohammed98
i think the data is summarized...
anonymous
  • anonymous
I thnk so too, but at the same time I feel like it may be raw data
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
no it is raw data

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Right on, I was right the first time. Thanks for all your help you guys :)
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
np
SyedMohammed98
  • SyedMohammed98
hm.... well yeh...it also can be raw data as Raw data (also known as primary data) is a term for data collected from a source.
SyedMohammed98
  • SyedMohammed98
You're Welcome :)
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
i dont think summarized would be right because that mean they basically figured out most of the kinks and stuff
SyedMohammed98
  • SyedMohammed98
yup....so it's raw data
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
it would have to be raw data before you summarize anything
anonymous
  • anonymous
Would you guys mind helping me with another one? I'm sorry, I really don't seem to be able to grasp what has been going on in my class lately.
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
what is it maybe i can help
anonymous
  • anonymous
Recently, crops of vegetables such as lettuce and green onions have been contaminated, while they are still on the farm, with bacteria that cause food poisoning. How will science influence the way the government responds to prevent an increase in food-borne diseases? a) Because science has shown that lettuce and green onions are not nutritionally valuable, the government may pass laws that ban the sale of lettuce and green onions. b) Because science has shown that there is no way to prevent bacterial contamination, the government may pass laws that punish businesses that buy lettuce and green onions. c) Because science has shown that the washing of hands helps prevent the spread of infectious diseases among people, the government may pass laws that require hand washing by everyone who handles food. d) Because science has shown there are ways to find the source of the contamination, the government may pass laws that require farm practices that reduce the contamination of lettuce and green onions.
anonymous
  • anonymous
My best guess is D, it seems to make the most sense but I'm not entirely sure
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
Yea "D" seem the most logical to me, plus i think they already have found a way to reduce contamination
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's likely, but I don't follow scientific discoveries as I probably should. I'm glad I'm at least understanding some of this. I really appreciate you helping check my answers and solve the problems. Thank you
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
np i try my best
anonymous
  • anonymous
Right on man
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ugh, here's another one if you're willing. The development of a new experimental method is most likely to change a theory if it makes it possible to a) analyze samples when they are frozen. b) perform the experiment in a different lab. c) obtain and analyze results more quickly. d) study a larger sample size than before. I'm feeling like it's between b and d.
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
i think it is C
anonymous
  • anonymous
a or d is the top two
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
Im not sure but d or a dont seem like they would change anything
anonymous
  • anonymous
im thinkihg a then
anonymous
  • anonymous
becuse it sounds new
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
yea it sounds new but would that really change any theories
anonymous
  • anonymous
may be but its the best one i think
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm wondering that about all of the options. None of them seem to matter, at least not that I can tell. I suppose I will try it and hope for the best then
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
It could be "A" but im not positive at all with this question
anonymous
  • anonymous
but hey it sounds the best so it must be right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sweet, thanks. I might come back in a minute with another one, depends on if I can figure out what it is on my own or not
Melodydude
  • Melodydude
yea i say go with the gut
anonymous
  • anonymous
k sur thing
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/3209-08-05/mc024-1.jpg If the earth’s average surface temperature continues to change over the next 30 years at the same rate it changed between 1980 and 2010, the average temperature will most likely be around a) 0.2°C lower than in 1990. b) 0.6°C higher than in 2010. c) the same as it was in 1980. d) the same as it was in 2000.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Maybe b?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, it was b
anonymous
  • anonymous
b definitly

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