• anonymous
. Simon did an experiment and concluded that his hypothesis was wrong. What should he do? In his conclusion, say that his hypothesis was wrong and why. Go back and change his hypothesis. Lie, and say his hypothesis was right. Give up on science.
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  • DanJS
Lie, then give up on science
  • anonymous
lol i no
  • anonymous
You might want to move this to one of the science categories. The answer A is the clear correct one here. It's proper to state that you were wrong and why. Nothing bad happens if you're wrong and admit to it

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