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After developing a hypothesis a scientist is ready to test it by

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  1. Design an experiment.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. After developing a hypothesis a scientist is ready to test it by

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  3. well what is it

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  4. The Answers for 'Lesson 3: Investigation' are:
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    False.

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  5. these are right
    The Answers for 'Lesson 3: Investigation' are:
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    False.
    thx cool kid

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  6. Thanks cool kid for the answers

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