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Ruby has observed that plants in her garden vary in height. She wants to investigate whether a plant species (species A) grows faster than the other garden species (species B, C, and D). Select the statement that describes Ruby gathering enough evidence to support a scientific explanation concerning plant growth rates.

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  1. These are the answer choices for the question on top
    Ruby measures the heights of several species A, B, C, and D plants for a week under different conditions and finds a journal article that describes the growth rate of species A.

    Ruby measures the height of a species A plant for a week and finds an anonymous gardening blog that describes the growth rate of species A.

    Ruby measures the heights of several species A, B, C, and D plants for a week under the same conditions.

    Ruby measures the heights of several species A, B, C, and D plants for a week under the same conditions and finds journal articles that describe the growth rates of each species.

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  2. Someone please help meeeeeeeee

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  3. Mrs.sue or another teacher please can you at least explain it HELLOOO

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  4. I took the test for y'all and the answers are c a d b

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  5. 1. ruby measures the heights of several species A, B, C, and D plants for a week under the same conditions and finds journal articles that describe the growth rates of each species.
    2. 1.2
    3. average plant height
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    number of days
    4. a horse is the same size as its parents and shorter than horses of the same breed that it lives with on a farm

    I'm happy to help I did the answer as someone else and I got it wrong :(

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  6. M HERE TO HELP IS 100% CORRECT THANK YOU SO MUCH

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  7. yep no problem adrienisbadatscience

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  8. 100% thank @ m here to help

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  9. ty @m here to help

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  10. That random kid is wrong the only question he got wright was the last one. Shame on you πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜ πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘πŸ˜‘πŸ‘ΏπŸ‘ΏπŸ‘Ώ

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  11. m here to help is right

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  12. M HERE TO HELP IS 100% CORRECT
    @ m here to help TYSM

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  13. HEY! im not bad at science :(

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  14. can i get answers

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  15. The answers of 2021!
    (A) D. Ruby measures the heights of several species A, B, C, and D plants for a week under the same conditions and finds journal articles that describe the growth rates of each species.

    (B) C. 1.2

    (C) D. average plant height-----number of days

    (D) C.A horse is the same size as its parents and shorter than other horses of the same breed that it lives with on a farm.

    If they get mixed up just remember to read the questions and click the correct one ok!
    easy peasy
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    kawaii bun bun<3)))

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  16. Thank you so much m here to help

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  17. ruby measures the heights of several species A, B, C, and D plants for a week under the same conditions and finds journal articles that describe the growth rates of each species.

    2. 1.2

    3. average plant height-
    number of days

    4. a horse is the same size as its parents and shorter than horses of the same breed that it lives with on a farm

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  18. hope these answers helps you

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  19. We are checking our answers, ok

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  20. Number 3 was wrong it is
    3. average change in plant height divided by number of days

    Your welcome

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  21. Thank You,
    m here to help 100% Right.

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  22. Wait hold on 3 was wrong but still got a good score.

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