# Science

Honestly reporting experimental findings is an example of using good?

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1. Are you discussing ethics in class?

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2. No

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4. Ethics would be the answer , but then agin epending on wht your being tught I could be wrong

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5. thanks guys :p

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6. thanks to

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7. ethics!

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