Analysis and Verification of the Results of Scientific Investigations
Key Stage 3 Science / General Science
Why is it so important for experiments to be replicable?
It allows other scientists to verify and analyze mistakes made during the experiment
It gives teachers material to teach in class
It allows other scientists to critique their own experiments
It keeps publishers in business because they have to publish every single replication
It allows scientists to understand the experiment better as they keep repeating
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