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If an experiment disproves a scientists hypothesis,what should the scientist do next?

A.)Develop a testable question.
B.) Revise the hypothesis and try the experiment again.
C.)Develop a theory based on the data gathered in the experiment.
D.)Change the dependent variable.
Please help me, I need help :)

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  1. B is probably the best answer -- but the experiment should also be revised.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you Ms.Sue

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  3. You're welcome, Snoopy.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Typically, one repeats the experiment again...just to be certain...

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    bobpursley
  5. Do what the Global Warming folks do ... keep cherry-picking your data until you finally find a sample that does fit your narrative. Because as you know, if your findings don't match what the Govt wants to hear, then you can kiss your Govt Grant money good-bye, which means now you'll be forced to go out and find a regular job at the local mall.

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  6. yeah why would a teacher give us answers

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