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1. One way in which experimental research differs from observational research is that only experimental research can
*show cause and effect
*test a hypothesis <<<
*produce scientific results
*support a theory
I was caught between A & B, but I'm thinking B?
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One way in which experimental research differs from observational research is that only experimental research can
show cause and effect
NathalyN is correct the correct answer is A show cause and effect
The key is in "show". Here it is a synonym for "demonstrate". How would you demonstrate something if you ware just observing?
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I think it is B because we do an experimental research to test the hypothesis right?
And besides by using the observational hypothesis we can't test the hypothesis.
To reply to this question, I will try to apply a method.
I'll wonder for each eventual answer:
1/ if observation can
2/ if experimenting can.
*show cause and effect --> I think you can see causes and effects by observing. For instance, you show your dog a sausage (cause), and it salivates (effect), like in the Pavolov experience.
*test a hypothesis ---> To test hypothesis, you need experimenting you can't test hypothesis just by observing.
*produce scientific results ---> To produce scientific results, you need to test, to experiment.
*support a theory ---> you have to make a theory and test it, so I think you need experimenting.
I'm not sure of my answers, but I'm sure the method is good. Try it.
So my answers are, experimenting is necessary for:
- testing an hypothesis
- producing scientific results
- supporting a theory.
Maybe it's all the answers, if the word "show" means demonstrate. English is my second language, so I've some doubt. But you have the method, try.
gud one @PERCE-NEIGE
It is a horrible question. B is the most likely answer, but even that could be done via observations.