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Sampling error is an important consideration in the design of most experiments. However, it is sometimes unavoidable, as illustrated by the example of the golden-mantled tree kangaroo. Error bars on a graph may indicate sampling error or other variation in experimental results. 9 show the range of results for each sample set of butterflies. Probability Probability is a measure of the chance that a particular outcome will occur. That chance depends on the total number of possible outcomes. We usually express probability as a percentage.

A. Organisms c. Animals b. Plants d. Prokaryotes 4. Organisms require grow, and reproduce. and to maintain themselves, 5. is a process that maintains conditions in the internal environment within ranges that cells can tolerate. a. Sampling error c. Homeostasis b. Development d. Critical thinking 6. Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya are three a. organisms c. consumers b. domains d. producers 7. DNA . a. guides growth and development b. is a nucleic acid 8. An animal is a(n) a. organism b. domain c.

In this rapid-fire exchange of information, it is easy to forget about the quality of what is being exchanged. If you accept information without question, you allow someone else to think for you. Critical thinking means judging information before accepting it. “Critical” comes from the Greek kriticos (discerning judgment). When you think this way, you move beyond the content of information. You look for underlying assumptions, evaluate the supporting statements, and think of possible alternatives.

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