• anonymous
NEED HELP Why should you use a control during an experiment?
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  • anonymous help maintain order provide a greater certainty that the observed results are not by chance keep data have an interesting experiment that is easily repeated
  • anonymous
Doing this in control means taking measurements when things do not get as predicted. In other words, you would for instance take measurement at constant time intervals. As a result, you would be prone to make an efficient and accurate experiments, which matches with the answer B.
  • misssunshinexxoxo
B is the perfect selection

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