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Why do scientists use standard units of measurement?
A.Because their tools only measure in these units.
B.Because other units are either too small or too large to work with.
C.So they can communicate findings without confusion.
D.So that people who are not scientists cannot understand them.
Is the answer C?

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    Yes.

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    d

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