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Please someone help me figure this one out with three reasons.

A group of researchers from a local lab are trying to get funding for a research study to determine if the color blue is better than the color green. They have written a proposal and submitted to the company that could potentially give them the money needed to conduct the study. The researchers proposed to carry out their study in four different geographic locations and use variations of both the color blue and the color green to ensure that they will gather reliable information.
Should the company give the researchers the money to conduct this study? Support your decision with at least three reasons

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  1. First consideration: what does it mean for one color to be "better" than another?

    posted by Steve

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