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If several highly educated scientists all study the same scientific data, which of the following is most likely to explain why they may all have different conclusions? Not all scientists study the data with similar effort. Scientists make slight variations in procedure to test more broadly. Conclusions involve the scientist’s interpretation. Scientists state conclusions based on their own research needs.

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  1. vera_ewing
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    I'd say C. Conclusions involve the scientist’s interpretation.

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