• explain the difference between repetition and replication

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  • Repetition is the process of repeating a task or experiment to ensure accuracy and consistency when analyzing data. Repetition involves running the same experiment or process over and over using the same setup. This helps to ensure that any changes in the results are meaningful and not due to variability within the test setup. Replication is the process of performing the same experiment or task with different setups, conditions, or variables. Replication helps to verify the accuracy of data and eliminate the potential effects of individual variables or conditions on results. It is also used to uncover relationships between variables that may impact the results.

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      Evangeline Nielsen

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