what is your evidence in a scientific context

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it is asking for the tutor ,you, to define evidence in a scientific manner

Oct 21st, 2015

Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

In scientific context, evidence is a form of proof which relies on observations and tests. Evidence can be influenced by results during each successive research or experimentation. Based on evidence, new hypothesis can be proposed or even tested under different constraints regarding theory. Moreover, all of the evidence couldn't be verified by a fact or trust although its ratio is relatively lesser when taking in scientific context.

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Oct 21st, 2015

i do not think you answered the question correctly


Oct 21st, 2015

just kidding


Oct 21st, 2015

It is 100 % correct answer. Where do you feel the problem

Oct 21st, 2015

If you are having problem, feel free to ask.

Oct 21st, 2015

i said jk chill

Oct 21st, 2015

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