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Chapter 1, Problem 11SA
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Biology: The Unity and Diversity o...

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STARR
ISBN: 9780357093795

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Biology: The Unity and Diversity o...

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ISBN: 9780357093795

Textbook Problem

A control group is _______.

  1. a. a set of individuals that have a certain characteristic or receive a certain treatment
  2. b. the standard against which an experimental group is compared
  3. c. the experiment that gives conclusive results

Summary Introduction

Introduction: Control groups are those that are not subjected to any experimental conditions. Control groups aid the researchers to study the designed hypothesis and observe the outcome to justify or nullify the hypothesis. Control groups are part of the controlled experiments that are meticulously conducted by the researcher concurrently in multiple groups, which includes groups subjected to test conditions and groups that are not under carefully observed conditions.

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