Carlie is doing an experiment. She made a surprising discovery. What can she do to make sure that the results are reliable?
tell people what she found
do the same experiment again
move on to a new experiment
keep her results a secret
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do the same again
tell people , so they can peer review the thing, or test it too , also sounds good to me
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it was overly 'surprising' though, so prolly re-test by your self is the righ tone
Selma is planting seeds. She wants to find out how many days it takes the seeds to sprout. She planted 10 of the same kind of seed. She put the same amount of soil in each pot. But she ran out of soil with one pot left. So, she used dirt from her yard in the last pot.
She watered all of the seeds. She put them all in the sun. Nine of the plants grew well. They sprouted in only a few days. One did not sprout.
What did she do that might have caused this?
She used different soil in one of the plants.
She used the same seeds in all of the pots.
She put all of the plants in the sun.
She watered all of the seeds.