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Why do scientists need a standard system of measurement? A. to allow for consistency with measurement data B. in order to use tools marked in customary units C. so they can keep measurement data confidential D. to record measurements with easier abbreviations
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d ?
anonymous
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The Answer choice A is correct because in order for scientists to be abe to transfer data they need a standard system of measurement so they do not get confused. Example, kilometers and miles, 100 MPH(miles per hour) is a lot faster than 100 Kilometers per hour.
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