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In order to be included in the formation of a scientific conclusion, evidence must be

A Reproducible

Evidence used to make a scientific conclusion must be reproducible, meaning the same results would occur time and again if an experiment was repeated. The boiling point of water, for instance, always remains the same, regardless of where, when, or how many times it is measured. Evidence used to make scientific conclusions can be quantitative or qualitative, making “Quantitative” incorrect, and evidence doesn’t have to be obvious to be valid, making “Obvious” an incorrect choice.