• anonymous
Kiera is performing an experiment. She completed her first experimental trial and recorded the result. When she repeated the trial, she got a completely different result. What should Kiera do? A. Average the two results together and stop the experiment. B.Look for possible sources of error, then continue with the trials. C.Quit the experiment immediately. D.Change the second result to match the first result.
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  • anonymous
B,she would want to find her mistake and try to fix it

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