General Science - Chance and variation
Chance and variation
Natural variation is the term used to describe the differences between
individual items; an example is the difference between someone with blue
eyes and someone with green eyes or the different heights that people grow
to. Chance is the term used to describe the possibility of an event or
By increasing the number of plants, we are able to overcome the effects of
chance and variation. We are able to determine the 'average'
characteristics of the plants.
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