3.Why are objective observations so important to science?
a. They produce the numbers used in scientific calculations
b. They can be stated by anyone
c. They can only be done by trained scientists
d. They are 100% free of bias
e. They are helpful in removing bias
Please summarize your reasoning for the answer to the previousquestion.
For questions that ask you to apply deductive reasoning, pleasestate the applicable general principles in your own words, thenshow how then specific how the specific example fits the generalreasoning.