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Ill give medal How do scientists use creativity in their careers? (2 points) A: Devising a hypotheses involves creating new explanations for phenomena. B: The most important part of an experiment is how colorfully the data is displayed. C: Scientific results must be explained in a creative, exciting way. D: Scientists judge each others' work based mostly on how creative it is.

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    i think we can rule out b and d. some could argue c but scientific data isnt about the "flashiness"... so i would say A, they have to be able to think of new ways of solving problems... a also seems like the most reasonable one in my opinion

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