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Share your response to the following Analysis and Conclusion question of the lab you just completed with your classmates: Did the data support or reject your hypothesis? Using the data you collected, explain why or why not. Respond to at least two other posts by helping a classmate identify why his or her data did not support his or her hypothesis, posing a question about a response, or by comparing your results to the results of a classmate.

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