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MikeyMaximum

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Is this a proper conclusion? The hypothesis was incorrect. This experiment will be replicated with different variables in an attempt to obtain results that match the hypothesis. Yes No

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  1. MikeyMaximum
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    I think that the answer is no

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    i think yes.. idk

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    i would put yes

  5. anonymous
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    That seems to be right. If his hypothesis is incorrect then he would have to change the actual experiment- and the variables. Replicating the experiment isn't really going to support the hypothesis.

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