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1.Why are scientific journals considered a superior resource compared to other sources of scientific information?(1 point)

The articles are reviewed by experts in the field.

The articles break the information down into sections or parts.

The articles that are published are unbiased.

The articles display the authors and date of publication.

2.If a scientific journal article is difficult to understand in its entirety, what is the best resource for comprehending the overall study and results?(1 point)

an article about the publication in a newspaper

an abstract of the study

a website breaking down the findings

a video of people discussing the results

3.Which inference can you make about why finches have adapted different beak sizes and shapes?(1 point)

They have a wide range of variation.

They eat different foods.

They live in the same location.

They are different species.

4.What is a scientific inference?(1 point)

a conclusion made from an observation

a critique of a scientific idea

an opposing idea to an argument

an inconsistency or weakness in reasoning

5.Which of these is an inference about black-and-white ruffed lemurs?(1 point)

Protecting the lemurs will create economic hardship for people who rely on logging for income.

Madagascar needs to be reforested in order to create more habitat for the lemurs.

The lemurs need to be protected by the Endangered Species Act.

Lemur populations will continue to decline if they are not protected.

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  1. Ok its 1. The articles are reviewed by experts in the field.
    2. an abstract of the study
    3. They eat different foods.
    4. a conclusion made from an observation
    5. Lemur populations will continue to decline if they are not protected.

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  2. ano is right

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  3. why is replication in science a good thing ??

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