Why is peer review important when publishing experimental results? A. Peer review makes the experiment repeatable. B. Peer review is

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Why is peer review important when publishing experimental results? A. Peer review makes the experiment repeatable. B. Peer review is necessary for the scientific method to be followed. C. Peer review keeps the data from being biased. D. Peer review makes the results more reliable.

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2022-04-29T06:53:28+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Evelyn
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    2022-04-29T06:54:29+00:00

    Answer:

    D. Peer review makes the results more reliable.

    Explanation:

    Hello,

    When one publishes experimental results, during the experimentations, several mistakes such as wrong data record, fluctuating-displayed measurements (specially by the balances), trembling while pipetting, wrong procedures and others could be done so the results will be affected. Thus, a peer is important because that person could help us to correct things we’re doing wrongly or do them again to get a common agreement between the employed techniques and recordings.

    Best regards.

  2. Eloise
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    2022-04-29T06:55:04+00:00

    The answer is D. At least that’s what I think.

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