## MikeyMaximum one year ago 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

1. MikeyMaximum

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2. anonymous

I think C

3. MikeyMaximum

I'll try...

4. Koikkara

@Learner11 Why u think C /??

5. Koikkara

hmm, in general, researchers need to replicate each other's experiments and most experiments involve measurements; scientists need a common system of measurement.

6. MikeyMaximum

It was somethin else but I will still give u a medal for effort ^-^

7. anonymous

for me , it's necessary to store a confidential data and for that you need a standard system of measurement

8. Koikkara

which means to allow for consistency with measurement data @Learner11 right ?

9. anonymous

yup ! @Koikkara

10. Koikkara

But it's option A i guess, that means you 'have no idea...

11. Koikkara

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