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  • one year ago

Too many of these options seem possible to me. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Which statement is a reason for the peer review process in scientific research? a) to make scientific research progress more quickly b) to verify that the conclusions that are made are supported by the data c) to allow anyone to submit their research to scientific journals d) to ensure that only established tools and techniques are used

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  1. hysusonic
    • one year ago
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    which one can you cross out for sure?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    A is definitely not it, but I'm not too sure about the others

  3. anonymous
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    C also seems unlikely, but I know very little about the scientific method or what happens afterwards or anything like that

  4. hysusonic
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    okay you're on the right track, so now you're stuck between B and D right? so which one are you leaning on?

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Well, B makes sense; it's always a good idea to have others check your work to make sure that there were minimal errors made during the experiment and that the conclusion makes sense. On the other hand though, D makes sense because many people may not use the proper tools or the techniques needed to get the desirable result. I think B might make more sense, but I am still uncertain

  6. hysusonic
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    i'm not a hundred percent sure but i believe it's B because to make breakthroughs in science, you sometimes have to stray off the traditional path

  7. shadow13
    • one year ago
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    well b should be the correct answer because it like you guys said it gives more thought in science

  8. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Thanks guys :)

  9. shadow13
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    welcome

  10. shadow13
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    need anything else

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Yeah, actually. I think I missed this one in the review and I don't remember going over this. What is influenced by the differences in scientists’ educational and research experience? a) inferences and explanations of their observations b) choices of experimental samples and subjects c) conclusions made by analyzing new data d) development of experiment-specific technology I have literally no idea on this one

  12. shadow13
    • one year ago
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    i believe it is c but i am not a hundred percent sure

  13. anonymous
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    Lol, they all looked right to me, so I just didn't get it. I'll go with C, better than no answer, right? Haha, thanks again :)

  14. shadow13
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    yeah and your welcome

  15. shadow13
    • one year ago
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    if you need anything else tag me

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