Environmental scientists and biologists investigate air pollution in an area and predict possible health issues that will affect the population. Having scientists with different backgrounds and expertise investigating the same situation means that there can be differing or competing inferences and explanations. How will this affect the predictions made by the group of scientists? A. It will strengthen the prediction by adding new perspectives and ideas for experiments. B. It will strengthen the prediction by adding more opinions from which to choose. C. It will weaken the prediction by adding confusion with too many different opinions. D. It will weaken the prediction by producing conflict and competition between the scientists.
scientists investigating a problem from different angles should produces a better outcome. So i think it's A. B is also an answer but i'd choose A because you don't choose an opinion, you combine them to create the experiment.
A. It will strengthen the prediction by adding new perspectives and ideas for experiments.
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