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How will you prepare a laboratory procedure to verify the validity of the hypothesis? Give example.

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  1. You don't give any information. What hypothesis? Why don't you answer this question to the best of your ability and let us critique your answer.

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  2. Seems like the plmun students particularly in 1st year knows how google and post a question in this site. Hahaha

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