Explain why when a scientific investigation is repeated, similar results are expected.
Scientific inquiry is a process used to explore the natural world using evidence from observations and investigations.
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Describe why recording accurate observations is important in science.
Make, describe, and compare observations, and organize recorded data.
Explain the reasons why similar investigations may have different results.
Make observations about the natural world.
Based on observations identify testable questions, design a scientific investigation, and collect and record data consistent with a planned scientific investigation.