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Which stage of the scientific process enables a scientist to check the work of other scientists? A. classifying B. concluding C. hypothesizing D. communicating plz help

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    Which stage of the scientific process enables a scientist to check the work of other scientists? A. classifying B. concluding**** C. hypothesizing D. communicating
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    Which stage of the scientific process enables a scientist to check the work of other scientists? A. classifying B. concluding C. hypothesizing D. communicating***** I think my answer is right but pls check
  3. science

    Which stage of the scientific process enables a scientist to check the work of other scientists? A. classifying B. concluding C. hypothesizing D. communicating plz help
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  37. Science

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  43. Physics

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  49. science

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  52. science help PLS

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  53. science help PLS

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  54. Science test

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  58. history

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  71. Science

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  72. Science

    which of the following describes scientific inquiry? (1 point) a statement that describes what scientists expect to happen in an experiment facts, figures, and other evidence gathered through observation the diverse ways in which scientists study the
  73. Science

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  74. science

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  75. math

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    Claire wants to determine how brightly to illuminate her stage. stage width (in metres) x stage length (in metres) x 0.14 = total watts for stage If her stage is 7.25 metros wide and 11.5 metres long, a) calculate the exact number of watts needid to
  77. Science

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  80. Science

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  81. science

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  82. English

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