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Homer Notices that his shower is covered in a strange green slime. His friend, Barney, tells him that coconut juice will get rid of the green slime. Homer decides to check this out by spraying half of the shower with coconut juice, and half with water. After three days of 'Treatment', there is no change in the appereance of the green slime on either side of the shower.

What was the Iniitial Observation?

Identify the-
Control Group;

Independent Variable;

Dependent Variable;

What should be Homer's conclusion?

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