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What does it mean when someone says that a measurement is valid? A. That everyone will agree with the outcome of the measurement B. That the measurement includes both observations and personal interpretation C. That the measurement can explain what happened in the past as well as predict the future D. That the measurement is testing what it is supposed to be evaluating E. I'm not sure.

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