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29 August, 04:17

When scientists are developing explanations for how natural phenomena work, like the process of evolution, they are involved in a variety of tasks. Which is NOT a task that a group of scientists would undertake when developing explanations? A. They would construct an argument supporting their ideas. B. They would collect data by observing and experimenting. C. They might change their ideas based on the data and evidence they have. D. If they cannot reach a consensus, they would vote on their explanation.

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  1. 29 August, 06:14
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    It clearly seems to be the wrong task a group of scientists would undertake.

    That is because don't need or better they don't have to a reach a consensus but they have to prove, to demonstrate their ideas through debates and experiments.
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