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January 2009
Essential Science Glossary II;2009, p1
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Definitions of several terms including "analyze," "conclusion," and "evidence," are presented. Analyze means learning about something by examining at its different parts. Conclusion is an ideal that is according to the outcomes of an examination. Evidence is an information that aids an individual in determining whether or not something is true.


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