anonymous
  • anonymous
A manufacturer advertised that their product would kill all the weeds in your garden while helping your vegetables grow. When asked to provide evidence, they produced several research studies that showed how rose bushes that received the product had two times the normal amount of flowers. Which statement best describes this evidence?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. The evidence supports the product claim, because they produced multiple scientific studies. B. The evidence does not support the claim, because it is not directly related to the product claim. It does not address vegetable growth or weeds. . C. The evidence supports the claim, because clearly if the roses had twice as many flowers they must also have grown more. D. The evidence does not support the claim, because they did not measure the actual growth or the number of weeds in the garden.
anonymous
  • anonymous
its B

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